October wasn’t just LGBT History Month — it’s also the anniversary of a monumental milestone in the queer liberation movement.
Sometimes politicians, in their sworn duties to protect the public from danger, go a little too far… in really stupid directions. Like, say, banning Yoga Pants.
America’s first rainbow flag was homemade, had eight colors, and probably wrecked a San Francisco laundromat — and now it can be seen in a history museum
This weekend’s Orlando shooting may have been the deadliest from a single shooter, but it’s not the deadliest shooting in U.S. history — not by a long shot.
Gay blogs are reporting the GLBT Historical Society has opened the first gay museum in America. The Society is celebrating their 25th anniversary with the museum’s debut in the heart of the Castro in San Francisco. Unbelievably, the museum is only the second of it’s kind in the entire world.[…]
Gay history is all around us. You just have to know where to look.
The LGBTQ community has faced its fair share of struggles throughout history. From the infamous Stonewall incident of 1969 to the ongoing persecution of gay men and women around the world, there are so many aspects of our history that often go unnoticed.
As we try to forge a brighter future for everyone in the LGBTQ community, we can learn from the events of our past. LGBTQ history is about more than just overcoming adversity; it’s about cherishing and remembering all of the ways the LGBTQ community has influenced society as a whole over the years.
We are proud to pay tribute to the LGBTQ movers and shakers who have turned pop culture and gay history on its head. From centuries past to the latest in today’s headlines, celebrate gay history with a nod to those that dare to dream.