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Archie Andrews the famous freckle-faced comic book icon is meeting his demise in Wednesday’s installment of “Life with Archie” when he intervenes in an assassination attempt on Kevin Keller, Archie...
We’re here, we’re queer, and we always have been!
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* Benjamin Franklin was the first U.S. military recruiter who enlisted a gay man into the Revolutionary Army.
* George Washington in all...
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In a recent interview with Paper Magazine, longtime drag personality and NYC icon Lady Bunny spoke on her new show Clown Syndrome and during the interview offered her opinions on the use of the word “tranny”.
And he pulled...
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...
Tennis legend Billie Jean King, who will be part of the official US delegation to the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics is now saying that athletes should not protest for LGBT rights at the games citing Rule 50 of the Olympic Charter,...
And here we go!
In response to A&E’s recent suspension of Duck Dynasty’s patriarch Phil Robertson over his racial and anti-gay remarks, groups around the country are beginning to promote Jan. 21 as National Chick-Phil-A...
In the summer of 1637, two working men at the English colony at Plymouth faced the possibility of execution, convicted of what was said to be a grave moral crime.
John Alexander and Thomas Roberts had been caught in a homosexual relationship.
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...
1856: Oscar Wilde born in Dublin, Ireland.
After writing in different forms throughout the 1880s, Oscar Wilde became one of London’s most popular playwrights in the early 1890s. Today he is remembered...