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Nonie and Chicky, San Antonio, Texas, 1966. Photo c/o L. Brown & M. Riemer. #lgbthistory #HavePrideInHistory #Resist #Night 1632440413531018982_3959160966

#repost@lgbt_history (@get_repost) ・・・ Nonie and Chicky, San Antonio, Texas, 1966. Photo c/o L. Brown & M. Riemer. #lgbthistory #haveprideinhistory #resist #night

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#repost@lezbehonest_australia (@get_repost) ・・・ Perfection #voteyes #loveislove #marriageequality #equalitynow #gayasfuck #samesexwedding #samesex #samesexmarriage #ssm

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"SEXUAL PREFERENCE IS IRRELEVANT TO FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT" – “SEXUAL PREFERENCE IS IRRELEVANT TO ANY EMPLOYMENT" – “DENIAL OF EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY IS IMMORAL," Barbara Gittings (front), Ernestine Eckstein (fourth from front), and other members of the Eastern Conference of Homophile Organizations (ECHO), The White House, Washington, D.C., October 23, 1965. Photo by Kay Tobin, c/o @nypl.
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Between April and September 1965, early queer rights activists—acting under the auspices of the Mattachine Society, the Daughters of Bilitis, or the Eastern Conference of Homophile Organizations—held seven major demonstrations (at the White House on April 17 and May 29, the United Nations on April 18, the Civil Service Commission on June 26, Independence Hall on July 4, the Pentagon on July 31, and the State Department on August 28), ushering in the direct action phase of the homophile movement.
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On October 23, 1965, fifty-one years ago today, activists held their final protest of the year, returning for the third time to the White House to demand an end to the bans on federal employment, military service, and security clearances for homosexuals.
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Approximately forty-five activists from D.C., New York City, Chicago, Miami, and Philadelphia marched quietly for two hours, handing out leaflets and an open letter to President Johnson.
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According to FBI files uncovered decades later, not only were FBI informants present at the demonstration, so too was a small contingent of counter-protesters; specifically, the FBI report describes two teenage males holding placards that read, "ARE YOU KIDDING?" and "GET SERIOUS." #lgbthistory #HavePrideInHistory #Resist 1632440154985625728_3959160966

#repost@lgbt_history (@get_repost) ・・・ "SEXUAL PREFERENCE IS IRRELEVANT TO FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT" – “SEXUAL PREFERENCE IS IRRELEVANT TO ANY EMPLOYMENT" – “DENIAL OF EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY IS IMMORAL," Barbara Gittings (front), Ernestine Eckstein (fourth from front), and other members of the Eastern Conference of Homophile Organizations (ECHO), The White House, Washington, D.C., October 23, 1965. Photo by Kay Tobin, c/o @nypl. . Between April and September 1965, early queer rights activists—acting under the auspices of the Mattachine Society, the Daughters of Bilitis, or the Eastern Conference of Homophile Organizations—held seven major demonstrations (at the White House on April 17 and May 29, the United Nations on April 18, the Civil Service Commission on June 26, Independence Hall on July 4, the Pentagon on July 31, and the State Department on August 28), ushering in the direct action phase of the homophile movement. . On October 23, 1965, fifty-one years ago today, activists held their final protest of the year, returning for the third time to the White House to demand an end to the bans on federal employment, military service, and security clearances for homosexuals. . Approximately forty-five activists from D.C., New York City, Chicago, Miami, and Philadelphia marched quietly for two hours, handing out leaflets and an open letter to President Johnson. . According to FBI files uncovered decades later, not only were FBI informants present at the demonstration, so too was a small contingent of counter-protesters; specifically, the FBI report describes two teenage males holding placards that read, "ARE YOU KIDDING?" and "GET SERIOUS." #lgbthistory #haveprideinhistory #resist

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That time Katy Perry invited a fan onstage in NYC so she could propose to her girlfriend!! Congrats Katie + Becky!! ❤❤#loveislove #katieandbecky #katyperry #katyperryconcert #witness ##twogirlsinlove #celebratelife #gogetmarried #liveyourlife #ikissedagirlandilikedit #love #humanity #theresistance 1632440028779173067_3959160966

#repost@pridelivenation (@get_repost) ・・・ That time Katy Perry invited a fan onstage in NYC so she could propose to her girlfriend!! Congrats Katie + Becky!! ❤❤ #loveislove #katieandbecky #katyperry #katyperryconcert #witness # #twogirlsinlove #celebratelife #gogetmarried #liveyourlife #ikissedagirlandilikedit #love #humanity #theresistance

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#repost@itgetsbetter (@get_repost) ・・・ @lavernecox’s message to #transyouth is seriously so inspiring.

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(1 of 3) “Cruising” (1980) is an American crime drama directed by William Friedkin and starring Al Pacino, Paul Sorvino and Karen Allen. The film is loosely based on a book of the same name by New York Times reporter Gerald Walker about a serial killer targeting gay men in #NewYorkCity. The title is a play on words that describes both the #police patrols that are heavily involved in the plot as well as the activity itself. The film has been controversial over the years to say the least, and was fairly poorly-reviewed at the time of its release, even receiving three Raspberry Award noms for Worst Picture, Worst Director and Worst Screenplay. The film features many important LGBT-related sites including #HellfireClub #BadlandsBar #EaglesNest #RamRod #StJamesHotel.

During its shooting, Cruising was dogged by harsh perceptions about its politics. Gay rights activists, who believed the film worked to stigmatize the gay community, led many actions against the film’s production, which are chronicled in the third post of this series. 
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#repost@nyclgbtsites (@get_repost) ・・・ (1 of 3) “Cruising” (1980) is an American crime drama directed by William Friedkin and starring Al Pacino, Paul Sorvino and Karen Allen. The film is loosely based on a book of the same name by New York Times reporter Gerald Walker about a serial killer targeting gay men in #NewYorkCity. The title is a play on words that describes both the #policepatrols that are heavily involved in the plot as well as the activity itself. The film has been controversial over the years to say the least, and was fairly poorly-reviewed at the time of its release, even receiving three Raspberry Award noms for Worst Picture, Worst Director and Worst Screenplay. The film features many important LGBT-related sites including #hellfireclub #badlandsbar #eaglesnest #ramrod #StJamesHotel. During its shooting, Cruising was dogged by harsh perceptions about its politics. Gay rights activists, who believed the film worked to stigmatize the gay community, led many actions against the film’s production, which are chronicled in the third post of this series. #lgbt #lgbthistory #lgbtfilmhistory #lgbthistorymonth #newfest2017 #filmhistory #genderidenity #lgbtq #cinema #queercinema #lgbtcinema #cruising #leather #lgbtfilmfest #filmfestival #nyc #nycfilmfest #nyclgbtsites

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(1 of 3) “Cruising” (1980) is an American crime drama directed by William Friedkin and starring Al Pacino, Paul Sorvino and Karen Allen. The film is loosely based on a book of the same name by New York Times reporter Gerald Walker about a serial killer targeting gay men in New York City. The title is a play on words that describes both the police patrols that are heavily involved in the plot as well as the activity itself. The film has been controversial over the years to say the least, and was fairly poorly-reviewed at the time of its release, even receiving three Raspberry Award noms for Worst Picture, Worst Director and Worst Screenplay. The film features many important LGBT-related sites including #HellfireClub #BadlandsBar #EaglesNest #RamRod #StJamesHotel.

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#LGBT #LGBThistory #LGBTfilmhistory #LGBTHistoryMonth #NewFest2017 #filmhistory #sexuality #homosexuality #LGBTQ #cinema #LGBTcinema #cruising #leather #gaycinema #LGBTfilmfest #Hollywood #Filmfestival #NYCfilmfest #NYCLGBTSites 1632439560334065905_3959160966

#repost@nyclgbtsites (@get_repost) ・・・ (1 of 3) “Cruising” (1980) is an American crime drama directed by William Friedkin and starring Al Pacino, Paul Sorvino and Karen Allen. The film is loosely based on a book of the same name by New York Times reporter Gerald Walker about a serial killer targeting gay men in New York City. The title is a play on words that describes both the police patrols that are heavily involved in the plot as well as the activity itself. The film has been controversial over the years to say the least, and was fairly poorly-reviewed at the time of its release, even receiving three Raspberry Award noms for Worst Picture, Worst Director and Worst Screenplay. The film features many important LGBT-related sites including #hellfireclub #badlandsbar #eaglesnest #ramrod #StJamesHotel. During its shooting, Cruising was dogged by harsh perceptions about its politics. Gay rights activists, who believed the film worked to stigmatize the gay community, led many actions against the film’s production, which are chronicled in the third post of this series. #lgbt #lgbthistory #lgbtfilmhistory #lgbthistorymonth #newfest2017 #filmhistory #sexuality #homosexuality #lgbtq #cinema #lgbtcinema #cruising #leather #gaycinema #lgbtfilmfest #hollywood #filmfestival #nycfilmfest #nyclgbtsites

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(2 of 3) William Friedkin originally was not interested in helming “Cruising” but changed his mind following a series of unsolved murders in New York City leather bars in the ‘70s, and a high profile series of articles by @VillageVoice writer Arthur Bell. Additionally, Friedkin knew a police officer who had gone into deep cover in the scene, similar to Al Pacino’s Steve Burns character in the film. A final terrifying connection lay in the person of Paul Bateson, who appeared in Friedkin’s 1973 classic “The Exorcist.” It was eventually revealed that Bateson was himself a serial killer, praying on gay men in much the same fashion as the killer in “Cruising.” He confessed to several of the murders investigated by Friedkin’s real life police officer inspiration for Steve Burns. All these factors influenced Friedkin’s decision to take the film and his approach to making it.

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#repost@nyclgbtsites (@get_repost) ・・・ (2 of 3) William Friedkin originally was not interested in helming “Cruising” but changed his mind following a series of unsolved murders in New York City leather bars in the ‘70s, and a high profile series of articles by @VillageVoice writer Arthur Bell. Additionally, Friedkin knew a police officer who had gone into deep cover in the scene, similar to Al Pacino’s Steve Burns character in the film. A final terrifying connection lay in the person of Paul Bateson, who appeared in Friedkin’s 1973 classic “The Exorcist.” It was eventually revealed that Bateson was himself a serial killer, praying on gay men in much the same fashion as the killer in “Cruising.” He confessed to several of the murders investigated by Friedkin’s real life police officer inspiration for Steve Burns. All these factors influenced Friedkin’s decision to take the film and his approach to making it. #lgbt #lgbthistory #lgbtfilmhistory #lgbthistorymonth #newfest2017 #sexuality #homosexuality #lgbtq #cinema #lgbtcinema #leather #lgbtfilmfest #filmfestival #nyc #nycfilmfest #nyclgbtsites

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In the first episode of our third season, we visit #SylviaRivera’s kitchen, for the second part of a never-before-heard interview from 1989. Pull up a chair for a conversation with the Stonewall veteran and trans rights pioneer who reflects on a life of activism while she cooks a pot of chili. Listen via your podcatcher (see link in bio) or retype this link in your web browser:
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#repost@makinggayhistorypodcast (@get_repost) ・・・ In the first episode of our third season, we visit #SylviaRivera’s kitchen, for the second part of a never-before-heard interview from 1989. Pull up a chair for a conversation with the Stonewall veteran and trans rights pioneer who reflects on a life of activism while she cooks a pot of chili. Listen via your podcatcher (see link in bio) or retype this link in your web browser: bit.ly/mgh-rivera-part2 . #activism #activists #gay #gayrights #gayhistory #haveprideinhistory #history #humanrights #lesbian #lgbtq #lgbtqi #lgbthistory #lgbtpride #makinggayhistory #oralhistory #podcast #pubmedia #queer #queerhistory #resist #socialjustice #trans #transgender

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#repost@itgetsbetter (@get_repost) ・・・ Together w @siamusic & @AtlanticRecords we're hosting a fan art contest that illustrates what chosen family means to you! Link to submit in bio!! ❤️❤️❤️

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#repost@pointfoundation (@get_repost) ・・・ So grateful for @miamibeachgaypride’s contribution to Point! And thank you to everyone who joined us this weekend ☀️ #lgbtq

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Join us at the museum (4127 18th St.) for the latest in our monthly "Fighting Back" series exploring contemporary queer-community issues in a historical context, "Art as Resistance: 30th Anniversary of the AIDS Quilt" will offer a multigenerational conversation with organizers, artists and scholars on the role of art in promoting social justice. 
Panelists include: E.G. Crichton, Sean Dorsey, Leo Herrera, Cleve Jones, Juliana Delgado Lopera, and Brontez Purnell. (Complete bios below). GLBT Historical Society executive director Terry Beswick will moderate.

The participants will lead a community discussion on the history of radical and public art in the LGBTQ and HIV/AIDS movements and its legacy for today, with a special focus on the 30th anniversary of the first public display of the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt. 
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#repost@glbt_history (@get_repost) ・・・ Join us at the museum (4127 18th St.) for the latest in our monthly "Fighting Back" series exploring contemporary queer-community issues in a historical context, "Art as Resistance: 30th Anniversary of the AIDS Quilt" will offer a multigenerational conversation with organizers, artists and scholars on the role of art in promoting social justice. Panelists include: E.G. Crichton, Sean Dorsey, Leo Herrera, Cleve Jones, Juliana Delgado Lopera, and Brontez Purnell. (Complete bios below). GLBT Historical Society executive director Terry Beswick will moderate. The participants will lead a community discussion on the history of radical and public art in the LGBTQ and HIV/AIDS movements and its legacy for today, with a special focus on the 30th anniversary of the first public display of the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt. We are expecting a full house; arrive early for limited seating! ADMISSION Free; $5.00 donation welcome #glbt #gay #queer #ilovequeerhistory #sf #museum

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