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Gay Community News 11h
20th June 1980: The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence make their debut in San Francisco’s Gay Freedom Day Parade. The street performance group has over time become an international network of non-profit charities who raise money for AIDS & LGBT-related causes
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The Lavender Effect Dec 1
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Bronwen Write Dec 12
Counting down the days (hours, minutes, seconds) until I'm off for vacation. I'm looking forward to sitting by a pool and editing the painfully rough first draft I got from . Wish me luck.
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M.B. Airgood Feb 24
Subversive to the end, Rev Jean Audrey Powers came out publicly in 1995. One of the first women ordained and the first female episcopal candidate (she withdrew her name out of privacy concerns) she died at 85 still an elder.
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DeepLez, ExtraGay 🌈 ⚢ #BB21 May 31
Once more for the folk in the back: , while very significant, was NOT the beginning of the LGBT rights movement. Know your
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M.B. Airgood Feb 24
Rev Gene Leggett was the first openly gay UMC pastor. He would be in his mid-80s if still alive. A church member hired a private detective to prove he was gay. He tried to speak to the 1972 “incompatible” GC but was denied.
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Orpheus Jan 22
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Gay Community News Jun 9
10th June 1981: American actor and model Jonathan Bennett is born. Bennett is best known for playing Aaron Samuels in 'Mean Girls'. Bennett came out as gay in October 2017, revealing he was in a relationship with Celebrity Page host Jaymes Vaughan.
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Gay Community News Jun 9
9th June 1891: American composer and songwriter Cole Porter, known for Broadway hits such as 'Night and Day', 'I've Got You Under My Skin', 'Anything Goes', is born. Although devoted to his wife Linda Thomas, Porter pursued relationships with men in private
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Gay Community News Jun 18
19th June 1975: The American Medical Association approves a resolution urging all states to repeal laws criminalizing homosexual acts between consenting adults.
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Bronwen Write Dec 29
I probably could have a finalised draft by the end of the year but let's face it, I can't concentrate that long.
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They, Them, We, Us Feb 11
"My queer family is total survival. Here, with you, I feel powerful." They, Them, We, Us - 1st-6th April 7pm 🌈
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Cory Xenos Dec 23
Replying to @CoryX182
And subscribe to Allie’s channel Violet Wave. She’ll be posting new films there.❤️🙌🏻. We loved making this beautiful and hope you enjoy it as well. Season’s greetings!
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Captain Mayhem, bitchez Mar 1
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DeepLez, ExtraGay 🌈 ⚢ #BB21 May 21
liberation didn't begin in 1969. In the U.S. folks were openly working for equality in myriad ways in the 1950s. The riots were a "moment" in a long history of activism.
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Q Card Project May 20
Please buy this new book from I want a copy in every school in America. This is the we need and deserve. 😍🏳️‍🌈✊🏿✊🏾✊🏽✊🏼✊🏻🏳️‍🌈😍
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Scarlett Knight 🏳️‍🌈 Jan 17
Macy believes she’s done with Lamppost, Texas forever, but years later, she finds herself returning. When she becomes reacquainted with one beautiful woman in particular, her feelings begin to change...
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Gay in LA Dec 15
THE LAVENDER EFFECT Performance Series - Workshop Benefit - THE LAVENDER EFFECT® presents y2k - a new LGBTQ play by Michael Liberatore and Directed by Jill Andre. y2k is set in New York City during the critical days of the AIDS Epidemic. At...
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Casto Castúo 8h
Fue una revuelta, cincuenta años desde Stonewall El origen del Orgullo tiene nombre de mujer trans, drag queen, racializada y prostituta vía
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Xane Lovelace 22h
Replying to @XaneyBoi
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