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14 Jun 13

Seventy-five years ago in Fascist Italy, a group of gay men were labelled "degenerate", expelled from their homes and interned on an island. They were held under a prison regime - but some found life in the country's first openly gay community a liberating experience.

03 Jun 13

special issue of Scholar & Feminist Online

03 Jun 13

"I think people are surprised there are any poor gay people," says M.V. Lee Badgett, professor of economics and research director for The Williams Institute, a national think tank at UCLA Law School that researches sexual orientation and gender identity law and public policy. "This 'myth of gay affluence' has been around for a long time. It gets in the way of people even imagining that LGBT people can be poor."

03 Mar 13

I sometimes worry that the history of ACT UP will devolve into a string of its most photogenic moments, whereas, so much of what we did involved daily, grinding work by dozens or hundreds of ACT UP members that no camera ever captured.

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