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The Week In LGBT History: April 3 – April 10 ….. Harry Hay, The SIR Center (Society for Individual Rights) and the APA Says It’s Okay To Be Gay.

The Week In LGBT History: April 3 – April 10 ….. Harry Hay, The SIR Center (Society for Individual Rights) and the APA Says It’s Okay To Be Gay.

April 6, 1912  – Birthday – Harry Hay (Activist, Co-founder of The Mattachine Society, 1950)  – Henry “Harry” Hay, Jr. (April 7, 1912 – October 24, 2002) was a teacher, labor advocate and early...

This Week In LGBT History: March 27 – April 2nd…..Barney Frank, Tennesee Williams, AIDS and Paitent Zero

This Week In LGBT History: March 27 – April 2nd…..Barney Frank, Tennesee Williams, AIDS and Paitent Zero

MARCH 28, 1988 – In Washington DC, Georgetown University losses an eight year legal battle to avoid providing facilities and financial support to gay organizations on campus. – Moral Conflict and Liberties (page 109-110)...

MUST SEE VIDEO – KABC Eyewitness News Special Reports Circa 1981 – The Gay 80’s

MUST SEE VIDEO – KABC Eyewitness News Special Reports Circa 1981 – The Gay 80’s

AWESOME video archival news fottage which features KABC Los Angeles local news items on the booming gay culture in San Francisco and Los Angeles before the AIDs epidemic circa 1980 My kingdom for a hoit...

Back2Stonewall.com Featured Sunday Guest Columnist: Perry Brass – Another Part of Lost Gay New York: Riis Park, a.k.a, “Screech Beach.”

Back2Stonewall.com Featured Sunday Guest Columnist: Perry Brass – Another Part of Lost Gay New York: Riis Park, a.k.a, “Screech Beach.”

Perry Brass circa-1976 Perry Brass: Another Part of Lost Gay New York: Riis Park, a.k.a, “Screech Beach.” Poet, award winning novelist, and gay activist, Perry Brass shares his chesished personal memories and our forgotten...