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LGBT history dates back to the first recorded instances of same-sex love and sexuality of ancient civilizations, involving the history of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and ...

LGBT History Month


LGBT History Month 2016 Icons VIRGINIA APUZZO Pioneering Activist JOSEPHINE BAKER Singer and Actress XAVIER BETTEL ...

History of Lesbian, Gay, & Bisexual Social Movements


Covers U.S. and European history before the 19th century, the 1950s and 1960s ... APA LGBT Resources and Publications // History of Lesbian, Gay, & Bisexual.

LGBT History: Pictures, Videos, Breaking News - Huffington Post


Big News on LGBT History. Includes blogs, news, and community conversations about LGBT History.

LGBT History Month | GLSEN


LGBT History Month. Listen to a clip from Unheard Voices. ▻. In 2004, Massachusetts was the first state to recognize marriage equality. David Wilson shares ...

LGBT History Project - LGBT Center of Central PA


The LGBT History Project started in August 2012. The LGBT History Project collects and presents the stories of LGBT history in central PA as told by those who ...

WGBH American Experience . Stonewall Uprising . Milestones in the ...


Olesen, the United States Supreme Court rules in favor of the First Amendment rights of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) magazine "One: The  ...

Prizes | The Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender ...


The Bérubé Prize is underwritten by the GLBT Historical Society in San Francisco , ... This essay examines LGBT activism surrounding the American Psychiatric ...

PEOPLE WITH A HISTORY: An Online Guide to Lesbian, Gay ...


Includes hundreds of original texts, discussions, and images, and addresses LGBT history in all periods, and in all regions of the world. Created by Paul Halsall.

LGBT History Month | Genders & Sexualities Alliance Network


GSA Network has partnered with Equality Forum to bring an excellent LGBT History Month resource to your GSA club. Equality Forum (link is external) has ...

Timeline: LGBT
1913: 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.
1919: 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.
1933: 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.