Citations with the tag: HOMOSEXUALITY -- History

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  • School of hard knocks.
    Jennings, Kevin // Advocate; 10/14/97, Issue 744, p97 

    States that history offers clues as to what might happen in homosexual society during the next 30 years. Description of the African-American civil rights movement in the early 1900s; Similarities between civil rights movement of the 1950s and the 1990s; Author's experience in ending antigay...

  • Intimate friendships.
    Goode, Erica E.; Wagner, Betsy // U.S. News & World Report; 7/5/93, Vol. 115 Issue 1, p49 

    Discusses how history shows that the lines between `straight' and `gay' sexuality are much more fluid than today's debate suggests. Relationship between President Grover Cleveland's sister Rose and Evangeline Whipple in 1890; Historic look at amorous relations between members of the same sex;...

  • Stonewall.
    Salholz, E.; Clifton, T. // Newsweek; 7/3/1989, Vol. 114 Issue 1, p56 

    Recalls the June 1969 police raid of the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in Greenwich Village, and tells how that raid became the opening salvo in the US fight for gay liberation. Significance of gay protest. INSET: 1989 AIDS, by M. Beck..

  • Homosexuality in the Middle East: An agenda for historical...
    Dunne, Bruce W. // Arab Studies Quarterly; Summer/Fall90, Vol. 12 Issue 3/4, p55 

    Traces the history of homosexuality in the Middle East. Reason why homosexuality is a closed subject of inquiry; The construction of homosexuality; Homosexual practices and identity in the Middle East; Medical research and literatures on homosexuality; Relationship between Islam, patriarchy and...

  • TEN YEARS AGO.
    Dunne, Bruce W. // Advocate; 10/14/86, Issue 457, p19 

    Presents historical news concerning homosexuality in the United States. Creation of a group to combat the proliferation of homosexuals; Declaration that gay Bob Elkins was suitable to serve as dormitory resident advisor; Announcement that singer Bette Davis was the first woman to receive the...

  • Twenty-five gay and lesbian years.
    Gessen, Masha // Advocate; 10/6/92, Issue 613, p81 

    Chronicles key events in gay and lesbian history in the U.S. from 1967 to 1992. Major issues affecting gays; Gay celebrities.

  • REDISCOVERING OUR HISTORY: DON'T FORGET THE GAY TIMES.
    Vining, Donald // Advocate; 1/5/88, Issue 489, p9 

    Explains the necessity for gays to include the less gloomy times of the development of gay history in the 20th century. Value of acknowledging the stories of survival of more senior gays in the community; Contributions of the pre-Stonewall generation to the emergence of the gay movement.

  • CHEERING ON GAY HISTORY.
    Vining, Donald // Advocate; 4/29/82, Issue 341, p19 

    Focuses on the publication of 'Historical Perspectives on Homosexuality,' a hardbound special issue of the 'Journal of Homosexuality.' Update on the activities of the editors of the special issue; History of the journal; Details of how the history project was assembled.

  • Looking Backward to The Other Gay 90's.
    Net Katz, Jonathan // Advocate; 9/26/89, Issue 534, p40 

    Looks back on the state of homosexuality in the 1690s, the 1790s and 1890s. Perception of sodomy as a sin in the 1690s; Consideration of homosexuality as a crime against nature.

  • OUR TOWN.
    Butcher, Megan // Capital Xtra (Ottawa); 11/11/2010, Issue 225, p18 

    The article focuses on the project of history student Grant Burke to trace the history of gay life in the Ottawa/Gatineau region from the 1960s through the 90s.

  • Winter, 1995: Lives and Times.
    R.S. // Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review; Winter96, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p4 

    Introduces articles in the Winter 1995 issue of 'The Harvard Gay and Lesbian Review.' Inclusion of the debate over gay and lesbian literature; Candidates for proto-gay novels; Argument for the radical contingency of all sexual definitions according to the social and political regimes of the...

  • SURVEY SAYS.
    R.S. // Gay & Lesbian Times; 1/30/2003, Issue 788, p24 

    Presents the results of a survey on whether gay youth have an adequate knowledge of and concern for gay history and the struggles that have preceded them.

  • GENESIS OF HOMOSEXUALITY.
    Green, Richard // British Journal of Psychiatry; May66, Vol. 112 Issue 486, p523 

    A letter to the editor is presented in response to the articles "On the Genesis of Male Homosexuality" and "On the Genesis of Female Homosexuality," by Dr. Eva Bene is presented.

  • Rise and Fall of the Medical Model.
    Rosario, Vernon // Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review; Fall99, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p31 

    Discusses medical models of homosexuality in the United States during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Inclusion of Florence Beery's support for the biological model of congenital bisexuality; Factors prompting cases of acute anxiety states with homosexual panic; Connection of...

  • More important objections.
    Torrance, Kelly // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine; 09/01/97, Vol. 24 Issue 38, p9 

    Focuses on controversy in Alberta over a gay history project conducted by the Red Deer and District Museum. The opposition to the project voiced by legislative assembly members Victor Doerksen and Stockwell Day; The reaction of the community; Comment from Wendy Martindale, museum director.

  • Fall, 1998: '3,000 Years of Homosexuality'.
    R.S. // Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review; Fall98, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p4 

    Introduces articles in the Fall 1998 issue of 'The Harvard Gay and Lesbian Review.' Sexual cultures of the times from ancient Greece to late Rome; Greeks' association with a tolerance for a form of male-to-male sexual contact; Michel Foucault's fundamental claim that sex roles and gender...

  • GAY HISTORY.
    Boswell, John // Atlantic (02769077); Feb89, Vol. 263 Issue 2, p74 

    Features the book 'The Construction of Homosexuality,' by David F. Greenberg. History of homosexuality; Arguments of social constructionists; Types of homosexuality.

  • Ten years ago.
    Boswell, John // Advocate; 6/11/85, Issue 422, p20 

    Features the a 1975 issue of the periodical 'The Advocate' about homosexuality in the United States. Shortage of leadership in gay groups; David Rothenberg's conversion to gay activism; Take over the magazine 'City.'

  • Hunting pink takes on new complexion.
    Tasker, Johann; Riley, Jonathan // Farmers Weekly; 9/20/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 12, p16 

    Presents information on the Liberty and Livelihood March which will be held on the streets of London, England on September 22, 2002. Number of people who are expected to attend the event; Information on homosexual acts in 1888.

  • Gay Life and Gay Hope in Beijing.
    Gambone, Philip // Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review; Spring97, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p14 

    Discusses the gay scene in Beijing, China. Homosexual tradition in China; Ways in which gay sex had been feudal; Factors that contribute to keeping Chinese gay men from coming out; Emergence of gay bars; Gay community's adoption of Western styles and values; Extent to which individualism grows...

  • Presentaci�n.
    V�zquez Garc�a, Francisco J. // Ayer: Revista de Historia Contempor�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.

  • Part 1: Making a Subculture: Chapter 1: Origins.
    Edsall, Nicholas C. // Toward Stonewall: Homosexuality & Society in the Modern Western ; 2006, p3 

    Chapter 1 of the book "Toward Stonewall: Homosexuality & Society" is presented. It explores the history of homosexuality beyond the late nineteenth century to the early modern. It defines the terms employed in discussing homosexuality such as gay, lesbian and sodomy. It also describes the...

  • Birth of a Consciousness.
    Hay, Harry // Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review; Winter95, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p11 

    Discusses the state of homosexuality in the United States during first half of the 20th century. History of the gay club Mattachine Society; Use of queers as scapegoats by which workers would be forced to accept fascist-like conditions; National convention held by the various chapters of the...

  • Unearthing Russia's Gay Past.
    Karlinsky, Simon // Advocate; 12/3/91, Issue 591, p48 

    Offers a look at the history of homosexuality in Russia. Tolerance of homosexuality during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance in Western Europe; Westernization of Russia resulting to the need for gays and lesbians to go underground; Gay literature; Law enacted in 1832 criminalizing...

  • Queer Theory's Heist of Our History.
    Kramer, Larry // Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide; Sep/Oct2009, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p11 

    An essay is presented on the involvement of homosexuality since the beginning of human history. It suggests that every people should recognize that homosexuals have been in the world since the start of the history of people. It states that every people should accept that men having sex with men,...

  • Speaking Of History.
    Kramer, Larry // Advocate; 10/27/98, Issue 771, p25 

    Recommends Web sites devoted to Gay History Month which will be observed in October 1998. Resource Guide to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender History Month; Blacklist site.

  • Prospects for Progress in Arab Lands.
    Hattersley, Michael // Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide; Jan/Feb2002 Special Issue, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p20 

    Focuses on the history of homosexuality in Islamic countries. Treatment of the Islamic communities towards homosexuals; Impact of the repression of women in the warping of sexual relations among Muslims; Relation of the attitudes of religions to the characters and historical eras; Association...

  • Judd Marmor.
    Stone, Martha E. // Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide; Jan/Feb2005, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p9 

    Presents an obituary for psychiatrist Judd Marmor. Report that Marmor was the force behind having homosexuality removed from the American Psychiatry Association's (APA) official list of disorders; Report that Marmor was elected president of the APA; Statement that Marmor was the author or...

  • A NEW CALIFORNIA ORGANIZATION YET!�.
    Stone, Martha E. // Ladder; Oct62, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p22 

    This article reports on the participation of members of DIONYSUS, a homophile organization established in Orange County, California. The organization is open to men and women and concerned with the homosexuality.

  • First Out Gay Minister Is Ordained.
    Hoke, Lara // LGBT History, 1956-1975; 2005, p57 

    William R. Johnson became the first out gay man to be ordained as a minister by a mainstream Christian denomination, the United Church of Christ, in California.

  • Foundation of the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center.
    Batza, Catherine P. // LGBT History, 1956-1975; 2005, p70 

    The Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center is the oldest and largest GLBT community center in the world, having pioneered social, cultural, educational, and health programs and services that laid the foundation for the formation of other GLBT centers.

  • Queer Theory's Heist of Our History.
    Kramer, Larry // Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide; Sep/Oct2009, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p11 

    An essay is presented on the involvement of homosexuality since the beginning of human history. It suggests that every people should recognize that homosexuals have been in the world since the start of the history of people. It states that every people should accept that men having sex with men,...

  • Dr. 10%.
    Grace, Kevin Michael // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine; 09/01/97, Vol. 24 Issue 38, p26 

    Faults the methodology of Alfred C. Kinsey for the incorrect figures of the homosexual population in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada. Provincial Treasurer Stockwell Day's attack on a grant from the Alberta government for Red Deer's study of its gay history; Kinsey calculating the homosexual...

  • TIMELINES.
    Grace, Kevin Michael // Diva; Feb2003, Issue 81, p13 

    Reviews various historical developments relating to homosexuality. Law signed by Romanian president Emil Constantinescu decriminalizing homosexuality; Government refusal to allow lesbian couple Bonnie Brickman and Tess Collier to settle in Great Britain; 'Gay Times' film award given to German...

  • Greece and homosexual identity in Edmund White's `An Oracle'.
    Fulk, Robert D. // College Literature; Feb97, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p227 

    Analyzes the problems of tracing a history of homosexuality. Consequences for homosexual history of the conclusion that homosexuality is a modern construct; Distinction between Greek sexuality and modern homosexuality; Ambiguity of Hellenic homosexual practices described in Edmund White's `An...

  • Of Pæderasty and Proposition Two.
    Schneider Jr., Richard // Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review; Fall98, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p12 

    Interviews philosopher and classicist Martha Nussbaum. Interest in Greek homosexuality; Testimony as an expert witness in the case of 'Evans v. Romer,' the 1993 challenge to Colorado's Amendment 2, which would have cancelled local gay rights ordinances throughout the state; Debate between the...

  • 'Ardi' and Human Sexual Evolution.
    Warren, Patricia Nell // Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide; Jan/Feb2010, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p26 

    This essay presents the discovery of prehistoric primates Ardipithecus ramidus also known as Ardi which brings into the discussion on human sexual evolution. It offers information on the discovery of Ardi by paleo-anthropologist Tim White and his team in the desert of Ethiopia. It notes that the...

  • COURSE TEACHES QUEER HISTORY.
    Radosta, Jim; Krause, Timothy; Sexton, Eric; Fleischmann, Marie; Wilson, Kat // Just Out; 4/18/2003, Vol. 20 Issue 12, p8 

    Reports on the offering of a course on gay history at the Portland State University in Oregon. Focus on learning through community development; Collection of narratives for inclusion in the Gay and Lesbian Archives of the Pacific Northwest.

  • Issue #100: The Best of "The GLR."
    Schneider, Jr., Richard // Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide; Nov/Dec2012, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p4 

    An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses topics in the issue, which includes reprints of articles from previous issues on gay history, sexual liberation, and the founding of the gay rights organization the Mattachine Society.

  • TRAVEL.
    Williams, Walter // Advocate; 1/24/84, Issue 386, p33 

    Explores the prevalence of homosexuality in ancient Maya civilization in the Yucatan region of Mexico. Depiction of homosexuality of Mayas in Spanish colonial documents; Overview of homosexual practices of Mayas; Description of ruins of Maya civilization; Assessment of homosexuality in present...

  • Roots of Homophobia, American Style.
    Hatheway, Jay // Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review; Fall99, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p28 

    Discusses homophobia in the United States during the 19th century. Novelty of homosexuality in those times of turmoil and change; American neurology's efforts to find remedy for contrary sexual instinct; Articles on homosexuality published in the U.S. between 1880 and 1900; Exceptionalist...

  • THE FIVE MINUTE GUIDE TO: ATHENS.
    Geraghty, Neil // Gay Community News; Jan2010, Issue 241, p27 

    The article presents a guide for those who want to visit Athens, Greece. It states that a trip to the city is like a pilgrimage since it is where an old culture that celebrated homosexuality started. Athens is considered as a wonderful fusion of old world cruise joints and modern bars. A gay...

  • Mattachine Conference.
    Geraghty, Neil // Ladder; Oct62, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p5 

    This article reports the opening remarks of Harold Call, President of the Mattachine Society during the ninth annual conference of the Mattachine Society in San Francisco, California. Highlights the history of the Mattachine Society since 1950 and presents an outline of future goals of the...

  • Cross-currents.
    Geraghty, Neil // Ladder; Jul64, Vol. 8 Issue 10, p23 

    This article reports developments related to homosexuals as of July 1964. Pictures showing bars and cruising scenes for homosexuals featured in the June 26, 1964 issue of 'Life' magazine in the United States. Provides information to subscribe to 'Arena Three' magazine in Great Britain. ...

  • Here and There.
    Geraghty, Neil // Ladder; Oct62, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p22 

    Focuses on an article written by Sydney J. Harris focusing on the theory of 'Momism'. States that the American mother, has been castigated for the alarming rise in homosexuality in American life. Examines the opinion that the influence of a mother upon the son has been overestimated and that...

  • Power and Resistance.
    Spargo, Tamsin // Foucault & Queer Theory; 6/ 1/1999, p20 

    The article examines the concept of power and resistance in relation to homosexuality. The negative aspects surrounding homosexuality are explained as they surfaced in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Reverse discourse is discussed as a feature of Michel Foucault's analysis. His analysis...

  • Cross Currents.
    Spargo, Tamsin // Ladder; Apr/May70, Vol. 14 Issue 7/8, p31 

    This article reports developments related to lesbianism as of April 1970. Discusses the death of actress Margaret Tu Chuan with lover Ho Miao-chu in Hong Kong, China. Review of the raid that occurred at 'Anubis', a social club in Los Angeles, California. This article also announces the launch...

  • First Lesbian or Gay Candidate to Win Election at State Level.
    Lutes, Michael A. // LGBT History, 1956-1975; 2005, p34 

    Elaine Noble was elected to the Massachusetts General Assembly, making her the first out lesbian or gay individual to be elected as a state official in the United States. Noble served two terms and has been a model for lesbians and gays seeking political office.

  • First Gay and Lesbian Archives Is Founded.
    Luckenbill, Dan // LGBT History, 1956-1975; 2005, p37 

    Jim Kepner amassed a collection of gay-related materials that are now a major part of one of the world's largest and most significant GLBT archival collections, the ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives. Kepner is regarded by some as the first historian and archivist of gay and lesbian culture in...

  • 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.

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