Tag Archives: LGBT+ history

Personal Statement on the Shooting at Pulse

Today, 50 of our LGBT+ family were shot dead in a place that was supposed to be a shelter, a safe space, where they could be free to be and express who they are. Tomorrow, I go to orientation for … Continue reading

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Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews on Historical Gay Offenses

This is a few days late, but as I’m amassing my links, I’m posting those I think are immensely important to the LGBT community worldwide. Victoria Apologises for Historic Gay Offenses From the article: “Victorian premier Daniel Andrews has issued … Continue reading

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Brain Pickings: Greatest Queer Love Letters

Originally posted on H.L.N.:
Greatest LGBT Love Letters of All Time This article brought me to my knees,¬†and added a entirely new list of books to my must reads… Oh how wonderful, these letters, these love stories. The…

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HuffPost: What Pride Looks Like Around the World

Going through my bookmarks to start building the news/resources section (I have so many, good Lord, lol), and I came across this link. Since Pride will be coming up next month/August in many states and countries, I felt this was … Continue reading

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Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt

Hey, all: Not necessarily Cherik related, with the exception that this is a very good insight into the start of the AIDS epidemic in the early 1980s, covering the year 1983 in which XMA is set. About halfway through the … Continue reading

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