But just as history is said to be a story told by the victors, gay history is a story often told by New Yorkers, who see our past through their own narrow lens. This is not to minimize the Stonewall riots. They were an important moment, perhaps even a turning point, in the LGBT historical narrative.
Smart, 64, of Salt Lake City, Utah, was thrust into the international spotlight when his daughter…. Photo: Democratic Assemblyman David Chiu California school districts would be required to update their records to reflect the names and genders of graduates who have changed them since getting their diplomas under a bill approved by state lawmakers on Thursday, reports The Modesto Bee. The measure they sent to Gov.
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The road to gay rights at the U. ONE, as it was called, offered thoughtful articles, defiant editorials and none of the racy photos or sex ads often found in the gay press. Fifty-seven years later the high court is expected to revisit the gay rights issue, deciding soon whether to hear a case to determine whether gays and lesbians have a constitutional right to marry nationwide. But the story of ONE vs.
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Meet the people leading the way. Ever since he began his career at Fox Broadcasting, Robert Greenblatt has climbed steadily up the Hollywood ladder. Following that gig he served as president of entertainment for Showtime, a producer for the musical version of 9 to 5and chairman and president of NBC Entertainment—a job that made him the first and only openly gay broadcast TV president.
It was subtitled in French le magazine des gays et lesbiennes English: the magazine of gays and lesbians untiland reaffirmed itself as a men's magazine since then. The magazine was reborn and issued its next issue on February 28, The magazine contains interviews on LGBT issues, with politicians, celebrities, writers, dancers and so forth, along with articles and reviews on LGBT-themed books, films, plays or video games.