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Tom Arnold Aug 28
Replying to @realDonaldTrump @CNN
Finally enlightened "Aids on the Wall"
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Jack Crate Sep 15
Replying to @James4Leave @BBCNews
Those ‘fairies’ you are talking about are the ones who fucking fought for gay rights in the first place i.e. stonewall. He would never be in a position to come out if it wasn’t for them. His courage was built on their shoulders
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Dawn E. Quaker 15h
Nobody Promised You Tomorrow:
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Peter Tatchell Aug 3
Fantastic reception at as we celebrate the I❣
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💚Maelee Thee Unicorn🦄 Aug 15
Maybe when gay men literally almost called the police on a black trans woman at on the 50th anniversary because she tried to speak out about trans rights... during so called ... You mean like that...
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i-D Jul 30
"50 years on, it’s so troubling that the Stonewall narrative has so narrowly focused on the testimonies of cisgendered, white gay men."
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Pride In Newry Sep 2
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Wisconsin LGBTQ History Project Jul 20
For the first time, WorldPride came to the United States this year. And we were there to see history in the making! 🏳️‍🌈
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Steve Kerrigan Aug 16
Feel like some people need to surrender their gay cards. Just sayin’. Am I right? ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁩”Log Cabin Republicans endorse Trump”
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Being LGBTQ Podcast🏳️‍🌈 Aug 5
Reminder: The first was a riot ✊ 🏳️‍🌈
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Samy Nemir-Olivares Jul 20
starts at Grove street organized by youth, trans, Queer and immigrant communities by . LGBT Youth leading the way. Bushwick its at the heart of LGBG communities and undocumented immigrants in times of but also Trump admin and ICE.
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Wyatt Gordon Jul 8
“If it weren’t for people of color, for black & trans people, you wouldn’t have a parade to go to. You wouldn’t be able to get married. You owe black women.” 🏳️‍⚧️ &
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YOU THINK YOU FAB Sep 12
Replying to @YouThinkYouFab
celebration was so out of touch with what was really going on since made the liberation possible were being murdererd left and right with no one really fighting, rallying for them other than themselves. We are the first one failing those wowen.
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Peter Tatchell Aug 10
At ⁦⁩ celebrating . LGBT battle is not yet won. Still ban on same-sex marriage in N Ireland. LGBT refugees still being deported. Still a third of LGBTs have been victims of hate crime. 67 countries still ban gay sexuality. No rest until all are free
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SAGE USA Jul 18
2019 SAGE-First bipartisan LGBT aging + elder sexual health bill to be introduced in the senate. Supported state-wide LGBT elder inclusive policy reform in IL, PA, RI, NY, NJ, + DC. With , our elders met w/ 12+ legislators. Celebrated .
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Making Gay History Jul 26
1. We produced a collection of mini-episodes (15 minutes or less) to mark during season 5. Go for a 15-minute stroll today and listen to early activists tell their important stories.
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Di Cunningham Jul 27
is the first ever Pride to have a team of wrestlers marching 🌈✊ Loving the representation of + & allied sporting champions
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San Diego LGBT Pride Sep 12
Stonewall Generation: A Legacy of Liberation.
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EuroPride • EPOA Jul 20
How is it already almost a month since at ?!?
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New-York Historical Society Sep 20
⚠️ LAST WEEKEND ⚠️ Check out "Letting Loose and Fighting Back: LGBTQ Nightlife Before and After Stonewall" before the exhibition closes this Sunday.
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