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06/01/2013 

 
 
 
 
  Merle Miller On Being Different

Merle Miller's Closet
 
Paul Morton places Merle Miller's On Being Different in the context of its original publication in 1971 and also imagines a world without closets.  view feature

 
 
 
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06/01/2013 

 
 
 
 
  Untitled photograph by Alice Austen.

Photography: Lesbian, Pre-Stonewall
 
Photography has long been an important artistic medium for lesbian and bisexual women, but the record of lesbian photography before Stonewall has been obscured by time, disinterest, and overt hostility. However, recent scholarship, greater recognition, and an ever-growing body of work has produced increased attention for photographers of the past and present.
 
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05/01/2013 

 
 
 
 
  Sebastian

Imaging Derek Jarman
 
In a moving reminiscence about his friendship with filmmaker Derek Jarman, Leland Wheeler examines the artist's work, evokes his personality, and reminds us of his activism.
 
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05/01/2013 

 
 
 
 
  Sarah Bernhardt

Spotlight: French Theater
 
French-Speaking Theater, which has a long history of depicting male and female homosexuals and exploring the complexities of homosexual life, has been and remains an important instrument of liberation.
 
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04/01/2013 

 
 
 
 
  Terrence McNally

Terrence McNally: Theater as Connection
 
The career of four-time Tony Award-winning playwright Terrence McNally is remarkable for both the range of its accomplishments and the depth of its contradictions. In this probing and thorough POV essay, Raymond Frontain discusses the reasons this is so.
 
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  Sappho

Writers of Ancient Greece and Rome
 
Ancient Greek literature openly celebrated same-sex love in its poetry and prose. For the most part, Roman writing on homosexual themes followed the Greek models, though the two cultures held sharply differing attitudes toward love between males.
 
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03/01/2013 

 
 
 
 
  Susan B. Anthony

Women's Activism at the Turn of the 20th Century
 
At the turn of the twentieth century, women activists fought patriarchal oppression in many ways. Some crusaded for women's suffrage, others chose to live with other women rather than marry, others demanded the right to control their own sexuality, while others pursued careers once forbidden to them. Some did all of the above.
 
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02/01/2013 

 
 
 
 
  Chris Freeman

Found History: Letters to ONE Magazine
 
In an illuminating essay focusing on Craig Loftin's selection of letters written to ONE Magazine in the 1950s and 1960s, Chris Freeman explores some of the ways the homophile movement contributed to the "great national conversation" about equal rights that President Obama invoked in his inaugural address.
 
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02/01/2013 

 
 
 
 
  "The Negro Looks Ahead" by James Richmond Barthe

African-American and African Diaspora Art
 
Early gay and lesbian African-American and African Diaspora artists did not openly declare their homosexuality, but in the late twentieth century, many artists began to explore issues of gender and sexuality in their work.
 
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01/01/2013 

 
 
 
 
  The DVD Edition of Victim

Dirk Bogarde's Gamble: Victim Revisited
 
In 1960, Dirk Bogarde took a daring risk, one that could have ended his career, when he agreed to play the leading role in director Basil Dearden's groundbreaking film Victim (1961), the first feature film to present a sympathetic homosexual protagonist.
 
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