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Today on Veterans Day we honor all people who have served in armed service.
And one man who must be honored for his bravery to our country and to the LGBT community is Technical Sergeant Leonard P. Matlovich
Technical Sergeant Leonard P. Matlovich...
1955 – Rock Hudson marries his agent’s secretary to squelch rumors about his sexual orientation.
1979 – Bette Midler’s first movie, The Rose, opens in theaters and leads to an Oscar nomination for Best...
1932: The New York Times reviews the play “Incubator,” which dealt with the consequences of homosexuality in an all-male school.
1934 - Lillian Hellman’s The Children’s Hour opens on Broadway....
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1962: Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?, starring Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, opens in theaters. Happy Birthday Blanche and Jane!
1968 : Silent film star Ramon Novarro‘s...
1903 – British writer Evelyn Waugh is born in London. His best-known works include his early satires Decline and Fall(1928) and A Handful of Dust (1934), his novel Brideshead Revisited (1945).
1970: Kate Millet, American feminist writer, artist and...
1903: “I am of the firm conviction,’ Sigmund Freud famously wrote to the newspaper Die Zeit in 1905, `that homosexuals must not be treated as sick people.”’
1951: The French Postal Service issued stamps with the pictures...
44 B.C.: Cicero when talking about his relationship with Mark Antony relationship when he was younger, he insinuates that he ‘established him (Mark Antony) in a fixed and stable marriage, as if he had given you a stola.’...
1766: Christoffel Bosch van Leeuwarden, a seventy year old porter in the Netherlands, was convicted of seduction to sodomy and sentenced to three years of prison labor.
1907: The Molte v. Harden trial began in Germany. Journalist...
1870: Lord Alfred Douglas is born near London. Forever known as Bosie, the lover of Oscar Wilde. becomes an author, poet and translator. Much of his early poetry was Uranian in theme. He was regarded at the time as a “mean...
1797: Reinder Pieters van Workum of Frisia Netherlands was convicted of seduction to sodomy and sentenced to flogging, ten years in prison, and banishment for life.
1893: Alice Mitchell and Freda Ward make the cover of...