Alfred Redl, head of Austrian Intelligence, committed suicide after being identified as a Russian double agent and a homosexual. His widely-published arrest gave birth to the notion that homosexuals are security risks.
Magnus Hirschfeld founded the Institute for Sexology in Berlin. One of the primary focuses of this institute was civil rights for women and gay people.
Adolf Hitler banned the gay press in Germany. In that same year, Magnus Hershfeld's Institute for Sexology was raided and over 12,000 books, periodicals, works of art and other materials were burned.
The history of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) peoples and
cultures around the world dates back to the first recorded instances of same-sex
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1969 Energized by Stonewall and inspired by other local and national counter-culture campaigns, radical gays break away from the so-called homophile movement to form the Gay Liberation Front, holding its first meeting at Alternate U (69 W. 14th Street, at Sixth Avenu... More »
The Committee on LGBT History seeks a special slate of panels and roundtables
to present to the AHA Program Committee for consideration for the 2017 ...
LGBT HISTORY TIMELINE This is a collection of some of the major happenings
in the LGBT community during the 20th century through 2003. It is not a ...
Big News on LGBT History. Includes blogs, news, and community conversations
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StoryCorps have collaborated to create Unheard Voices, an oral history and
curriculum project that will help educators to integrate LGBT history, people and ...
LGBT history dates back further than many people realize.