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LGBT History: June 17th – Liberace: I’m NOT Gay!, The AIDS Years, Garbo, and Walter Mondale?

LGBT History: June 17th – Liberace: I’m NOT Gay!, The AIDS Years, Garbo, and Walter Mondale?

Share this: Today in LGBT History:  June 17th.   1883 – Birth date of Mauritz Stiller, the Finnish film director. Stiller was Greta Garbo’s discoverer, mentor, and friend. Tall, lean, gay, with a shock of hair and long expressive hands,...
Today In Gay History: June 14th – Plato Was HOT!, Boy George, Gay Hostages and Bush Disses LGBT Pride

Today In Gay History: June 14th – Plato Was HOT!, Boy George, Gay Hostages and Bush Disses LGBT Pride

Share this: JUNE 14th    427 BC – Philosopher Plato was born on this day in Athens.  Platonic love today means love without sex.  For Plato it meant sex with young men. Plato was born with the name Aristocles. He was surnamed Plato because...
WATCH:  The Gay 1990′s!  – 1990′s LGBT News Compilation by Such is Life Video

WATCH: The Gay 1990′s! – 1990′s LGBT News Compilation by Such is Life Video

Share this:   The ever awesome Dave Evans aka SuchIsLifeVideos on YouTube has compiled an hour of gay-related news reports that aired in the 1990s.. Clips include the California Riots over AB 101, ACT UP demonstrations, the Task Force crying about...
Back2Stonewall Sunday Tea Dance:  “So Many Men, So Little Time” by Miquel Brown – (1983)

Back2Stonewall Sunday Tea Dance: “So Many Men, So Little Time” by Miquel Brown – (1983)

Share this:   Miquel Brown (born Michael Brown) is a Canadian actress, and disco/soul singer in the 1970s and 1980s, most popular for the songs “Close to Perfection” and the Hi-NRG songs “So Many Men, So Little Time”...
Today In Gay History: June 8th – Gay Clergy, Lambda Rising, DADT, Dade County and the DOD

Today In Gay History: June 8th – Gay Clergy, Lambda Rising, DADT, Dade County and the DOD

Share this: JUNE 8th.   1860 – Gay american author and art collector Edward Perry Warren was born on this date. Under the pseudonym Arthur Lyon Raile, he wrote a three-volume 60,000-word “Defence of Uranian Love.” He also wrote poetry...
MUST WATCH:  Treasure Trove Of Rare Gay Rights News Clips From The 1970′s – Video

MUST WATCH: Treasure Trove Of Rare Gay Rights News Clips From The 1970′s – Video

Share this:   The great Dave Evans aka SuchIsLife on YouTube has posted a veritable treasure trove of Gay Rights news clips from the 1970′s. The hour long video is an LGBT History Archivist Nirvana and includes some rather rare footage from...
Lesbian Activist Storme DeLarverie Who Threw The First Punch At Stonewall Passes Away At 93‏

Lesbian Activist Storme DeLarverie Who Threw The First Punch At Stonewall Passes Away At 93‏

Share this: Storme DeLarverie, proud lesbian activist, cross-dresser, and singer who had been reported by witnesses to have thrown the first punch at the 1969 uprising at the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village, one of the first and most assertive...
WATCH:  Man’s Country Bathhouse NYC Commercial  (Circa Late 1970′s) – Video

WATCH: Man’s Country Bathhouse NYC Commercial (Circa Late 1970′s) – Video

Share this:   Man’s Country was a wildly popular bathhouse chain that had branches in New York City and Chicago in the 1970′s and 1980′s. Man’s Country Bathhouse was located on a residential street in a former office building. The...
Why Movies Like The Normal Heart Are So Important – WATCH: Longtime Companion (1989) – FULL MOVIE

Why Movies Like The Normal Heart Are So Important – WATCH: Longtime Companion (1989) – FULL MOVIE

Share this: Longtime Companion  is a 1989 film with Bruce Davison, Campbell Scott, Patrick Cassidy, and Mary-Louise Parker. It was first wide-release theatrical film to deal with the subject of AIDS, the film takes its title from the words The...
Today In Gay History May 18, 1981:  Dr Lawrence Mass Becomes The First Person To Report About AIDS

Today In Gay History May 18, 1981: Dr Lawrence Mass Becomes The First Person To Report About AIDS

Share this: While many believe that June 5, 1981 is the date of the first published report on a new disease which would later become known as AIDS, when the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published a notice concerning five previously healthy...
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