Remembering and Honoring The LGBT Heroes and Victims of 9/11 Please everyone take a minute to read this list and reflect and remember our fallen LGBT brothers and sisters listed here and for all...
Happy Labor Day Weekend! – Brought to you by: John Raitt, Doris Day and the Cast of The Pajama Game (1957)
And now we take you back to an easier and simpler time when businesses would actually have Labor Day Picnics, Christmas parties and the almost now extinct and ever elusive Holiday/Year End Bonus for their workers.
On this day, August 8, 1983 Bobbi Campbell, and his partner Bobby Hilliard, became the faces of the deadly plague called AIDS that was decimating the gay community with a cover story in Newsweek magazine.
Boston Pride released a statement late on Friday, July 9, 2021, announcing that effective immediately that Boston Pride is dissolving.
The great Dave Evans aka SuchIsLife has posted a veritable treasure trove of Gay Rights news clips from the 1970’s.
On May 13, 1920 Cyril Wilcox, a Harvard undergraduate, committed suicide after telling his older brother, George, that he had been having an affair with another man. Shortly after Cyril’s death, George intercepted two letters from a Harvard student and a recent graduate.
In an interview with Good Morning America‘s Robin Roberts on Wednesday, former football start Colton Underwood — who headlined Season 23 of the ABC “reality” show The Bachelor— confirmed the longstanding rumor. He is gay.
Back2Stonewall Sunday Tea Dance – The Skatt Brothers aka. Canada’s Village People: Life At The Outpost (1980) – Video
The Skatt Brothers (or Skatt Bros.) was a Canadian band formed in 1979 was supposedly modeled after the Village People for parallels in music, but for a straight audience and by straight (?) masculine men.
Enjoy the very merry festivities and joy of the holidays with the our beloved REAL gay icon Judy Garland in this 1963 Christmas television classic. (TV commercials included for that little extra nostalgic kick)
October 16, 1856: Oscar Wilde is born in Dublin, Ireland.
After writing in different forms throughout the 1880’s, Oscar Wilde became one of London’s most popular playwrights in the early 1890’s. Today he is mostly remembered for his keen wit, his only novel The Picture of Dorian Gray and the circumstances of his imprisonment and early death.