On April 17th, 1965 Dr. Frank Kameny, along with gay rights pioneer Jack Nichols, who co-founded the Mattachine Society of Washington, DC bravely led the first “homosexual rights” protest at the White House at a time in history when being gay and lesbian was viewed as an abomination in this country.
March 24, 1987 – ACT UP stages its first major demonstration on Wall Street in New York City.Outraged by the government’s mismanagement of the AIDS crisis, LGBT and straight allies unite to form the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power. ACT UP.
Donald Trump has denied any culpability when questioned if he was helping incite further violence against the George Floyd protesters across the country with his irresponsible and frankly irrational tweets calling protestors “thugs” and for a “MAGA night”
Kentucky Right-Wing Anti-Lockdown Protestors Hang Democrat Gov Beshear In Effigy With Sign Quoting John Wiles Booth
Via The Louisville Courier-Journal: What started out as a freedom-loving celebration of the Second Amendment ahead of Memorial Day turned into Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear being hanged in effigy and protesters chanting outside the...
Gay History – April 21, 1966: NYC Gay Rights Activist Stage “Sip-In” Protesting Refusal To Serve Homosexuals
On this date a little-known but very important milestone in gay history took place at Julius’ bar on West 10th Street in NYC that helped pave the way for the Stonewall uprising and gay rights.
Protester Arrested at NYC COVID-19 Field Hospital Run by Anti-Gay Extremist Franklin Graham – William Talen, 69 was arrested Sunday afternoon at a COVID-19 field hospital in New York City’s Central Park that is being run by Samantha’s Purse an evangelical “christian” group whose leader Franklin Graham has long history and notorious history of anti-LGBT beliefs. and comments.
White Queer Black Lives Matter Protester Disrupts Black Leaders Endorsement of Pete Buttigieg – VIDEO
A meeting of Black Leaders in Indiana to showcase black support and endorsements for Pete Buttigieg took a trip on the crazy-train Wednesday night when a white, queer, Black Lives Matter protester rushed the stage to hi-jack the event and was nearly clobbered by a cane-wielding elderly lady.
Many people believe that the first protest against gay discrimination happened in Washington, D.C. and was led by the late, great gay activist Frank Kameny on April 17, 1965. Well, they are wrong....
Rare 1969 NYPD Footage of the Gay Liberation Front at Anti-War Demonstration [Video & Text]
News outlets report that LGBT activists came from as far afield as Britain, Croatia, Germany, Poland and Switzerland to protest.