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Stonewall riots

Explore the significance of the Stonewall Riots, a pivotal moment in LGBTQ+ history. Learn about the brave individuals who fought for their rights and paved the way for change.
Protest Art, Protest Signs, Stonewall Riots, Faux Stone Panels, Vintage Lesbian, Lgbt History, Feminist Agenda, Lbgt, Thing 1

“Two Loves: Sex, Art and the Love That Dare Not Speak Its Name” at Kymara Gallery in Biddeford is not for everyone. It’s a show, after all, of gay and lesbian art that has unblinkingly explicit roots in boudoir imagery. With the forthcoming vote about legalizing same-sex marriage in Maine, this is a very timely subject. […]

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Robert O'Regan
Jackie Hormona at an antiwar rally at NYC’s Bryant Park representing the Gay Liberation Front, 1970 | Hormona’s angry face was featured in the first published photo of the Stonewall uprising in June 1969. Little is known of Hormona, an openly gay street youth whose real name was actually Jack Daniel Whitehall. Whitehall was one of the patrons at Stonewall that June 27th night prior to cops raiding the bar. Gay Aesthetic, + Core + Aesthetic, Stonewall Riots, Stonewall Uprising, Lgbt History, Aids History, Gay Rights Movement, Liberation Day, Vintage Lesbian

Jackie Hormona at an antiwar rally at NYC’s Bryant Park representing the Gay Liberation Front, 1970 | Hormona’s angry face was featured in the first published photo of the Stonewall uprising in June 1969. Little is known of Hormona, an openly gay street youth whose real name was actually Jack Daniel Whitehall. Whitehall was one of the patrons at Stonewall that June 27th night prior to cops raiding the bar.

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Police, Stonewall Riots, Stonewall Uprising, Stonewall Inn, Stonewall, Gay Rights Movement, Lgbt Community, Democracy, Olds

This Sunday, the cities of San Francisco, New York, Paris, Seattle, London, and Minneapolis, all ring in LGBT Pride. Around the world, Pride takes the shape of parades, events, performances, and exhibitions, commemorating and recognizing the ongoing gay rights movement, and celebrating the diversity within the LGBT community. The reason the last weekend in June

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A Gay Rights Rally in NYC (1978) - After the Stonewall Riots - Flashbak Just Love, Stonewall Riots, Faux Stone Panels, Lgbt History, Trans Rights, Standing In Line, History Projects, Photoshop, Photo Wall Collage

“My biggest fear was that I would get arrested. My second biggest fear was that my picture would be in a newspaper or on a television report in my mother’s dress!” – Maria Ritter In the small hours of 28 June 1969, police invaded the Stonewall Inn at 51 and 53 Christopher Street, … Continue reading "A Gay Rights Rally in NYC (1978) – After the Stonewall Riots"

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Riley Sheehan