‘THE CAUTIONARY TALE OF TOM’: THE MALE HOMOSEXUAL EXPERIENCE OF SCOTTISH MEDICINE IN THE 1970s AND EARLY 1980s
- The End of Gay Culture. Sullivan, Andrew // New Republic;10/24/2005, Vol. 233 Issue 17, p16
Discusses the idea that gay culture is expanding into a diverse set of subcultures that will blur the traditional distinction between gay and straight cultures. The benefits and disadvantages of "nonissue" gayness and social integration; Background on the gay liberation movement in the United...
- Does Research Into Homosexuality Matter? Kameny, Franklin E. // Ladder;May65, Vol. 9 Issue 8, p14
This article focuses on the value of homosexuality research. Dr. Franklin E. Kameny searches for proof on the physiological aspects of homosexuality. Discusses efforts to contradict prevalent prejudice against gays. Provision of additional knowledge on the conditions of gays.
- Employment for the Social Variant. // Ladder;Apr62, Vol. 6 Issue 7, p12
This article focuses on the speech of Charles Davis, head of the counselling section of the Southern California Division of the California Department of Employment, during the anniversary of the Hollywood Assistance League. Difficulties faced by homosexuals in obtaining employment and...
- Formation of the National Gay Task Force. Dodge, Liz Highleyman // LGBT History, 1956-1975;2005, p64
The National Gay Task Force-now known as the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force-became one of the major national groups promoting LGBT civil rights.
- NACHO Formally Becomes the First Gay Political Coalition. Ivy, Sarah // LGBT History, 1956-1975;2005, p119
At their fourth meeting in Chicago, the North American Conference of Homophile Organizations was formally created to continue nationwide dialogue that set the stage for the militant era of the movement that followed.
- Stonewall 25 March and Rallies. Ware, Mary // LGBT History, 1993-2004;2005, p93
The twenty-fifth anniversary of the Stonewall Rebellion included a march on the United Nations and rally at Central Park, an "unofficial" Spirit of Stonewall march from Greenwich Village to Central Park, and other social and political actions and events in New York City.
- Berkeley Extends Benefits to Domestic Partners of City Employees. Gossett, Charles W. // LGBT History, 1976-1987;2005, p17
Berkeley, California, became the first U.S. city to extend health and other employee benefits to the gay and lesbian domestic partners of city employees.
- "We Can't Hide and They Are Wrong": The Society for Homosexual Freedom and the Struggle for Recognition at Sacramento State College, 1969-1971. REICHARD, DAVID A. // Law & History Review;Aug2010, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p629
The article presents a historical account of the struggle for gay rights, focusing on examples of activism at Sacremento State College from 1969 to 1971. It is noted that the formal organization of activist societies campaigning for equal rights on behalf of the lesbian, gay, or bisexual...
- PresentaciÃ³n. Vázquez García, Francisco J. // Ayer: Revista de Historia ContemporÃ¡nea;2012, Vol. 87 Issue 1, p13
An introduction is presented in which the author discusses articles within the issue on topics including the transformation of homosexual identity in the western world beginning in the 20th century, Portuguese medical discourse on homosexuality and public displays of homosexuality in Paris, France.