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"My marriage isn't threatened by gay marriage. Straight men for gay rights - Don't put HATE in the constitution!" Two pretty cool allies I think. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Gay Pride, Angst Quotes, Quotes Quotes, Life Quotes, Transgender, Protest Signs, Faith In Humanity Restored, First Photograph

One Photograph That Will Restore Your Hope In The Fight For Equality

They call them the 'Greatest Generation' for a reason.

Sailors having a break

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LGBTQ* History in Photographs Lesbian and Gay Miners’ Support Group, set up during the miners’ strike, challenged prejudices held by many in the labour movement.

Miners Strike: When the gay community stood up for the miners

Pride, a movie about the unlikely miners' strike link up between London based gays and lesbians is due to be on our cinema screens later this year

Gut-splitting covers from gay pulp fiction novels from the and

10 Hilarious Gay Pulp Fiction Covers | G Philly

Gut-splitting covers from gay pulp fiction novels from the '50s, '60s and '70s.

When gay pride wore a tie. and with barely a rainbow colored feather in sight! Vintage photos of the first LGBT marches in U.

1970s Aesthetic

Philadelphia Gay Pride Parade, 1972

Officers of the New York Tactical Police Force move into the Stonewall Inn to disperse rioters, sparked after patrons of the gay bar chose to resist a raid by plainclothes police instead of submitting to arrest

1969: Officers of the New York Tactical Police Force move into the Stonewall Inn to disperse rioters, sparked after patrons of the gay bar (which was illegal, like all others like it) chose to resist a raid by plainclothes police instead of submitting to a

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19 Powerful Photos From The Early Struggle For LGBT Rights liberationday

19 Powerful Photos From The Early Struggle For LGBT Rights

19 Powerful Photos From The Early Struggle For LGBT Rights - BuzzFeed News

As Sotheby’s celebrates the anniversary of the Stonewall riots with its BENT. auction, Charles Kaiser looks back on how the uprising ignited the gay rights movement.

“Out of the closets and into the streets.” So went one of the rallying cries of the gay rights movement in the early 1970s. In 1971, two years after the Stonewall riots, LIFE featured a story on the movement, with photos of activists making their voices heard, and often clashing with police, in New York City. See more: http://ti.me/1wolVNW (Grey Villet—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)

Sylvia Rae Rivera (July 1951 – February was an American transgender activist. Rivera was a founding member of both the Gay Libe. Stonewall Uprising, Stonewall Riots, Stonewall Inn, Gay, Lesbian, Lgbt Resources, Sylvia Rivera, The Brave One, Lgbt History

Womyn's Herstory Month: Sylvia Rivera

As March is Womyn's Herstory Month I plan to feature one Latina each week that you must know about. Last week it was Latinegra/Afra-Cubana Magia MC. Today it is activist Sylvia Rivera. Sylvia was an activist, radical woman of Color, and a survivor in all ways you can imagine. A Puerto Rican-Venezualen transgender woman and self-identified drag queen living in NYC who at the age of 3 was raised in kinship-care, she was vocal, persistent, and demanded that the rights of all people be granted…

Transvestites having drinks in the Eldorado club that was not hidden away but celebrated in the golden age of the gay bar and club scene in Weimar Berlin. It was a hot spot for high society and partying until dawn was the norm Cabaret, Harlem Renaissance, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, High Society, Women In History, Lgbt History, Roaring Twenties, Animal Quotes

Transvestites having drinks in the Eldorado club that was not hidden away but celebrated in the golden age of the gay bar and club scene in Weimar Berlin. It was a hot spot for high society and partying until dawn was the norm.