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  • ...nd political organizations. Within the span of a century, attitudes toward LGBT people have moved from complete silence to one of open tolerance in many se ** [[Appalachian State University's Response to HIV/AIDS]]
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  • [[Bleeding Blue, White, and Rainbow in State College, PA#Exhibit Pages | Main Page]] | [[Detailed Timeline of LGBTQA-Specific Ev ===== ''Self-Discovery at The Pennsylvania State University'' =====
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  • This entry is part of: [[LGBT Identities, Communities, and Resistance in North Carolina, 1945-2012]] ...vents despite a substantial bisexual population on campus. Specific to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, this population is beginning to stand up
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  • Welcome to the OutHistory blog!! I will be posting updates and reflections on lgbtq history. ...orian on the faculty at Hunter College, and author of Bohemian Los Angeles and the Making of Modern Politics. .
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  • [[Image:Berube.Dong.75dpi.jpeg|frame|right|Allan Bérubé and Arthur Dong, opening of film "Coming Out Under Fire"]] ...W-Allan-Berube-with-John-D'Emilio.jpg|frame|left|Allan Bérubé, back right, and John D'Emilio. 1979? From the Collection of Allan Bérubé.]]
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  • ...of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and heterosexual American history, and a visual artist. ...human beings use to construct different, historically specific sexualities and sex/gender systems.
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  • ...ta Lucille/Dr. Alan L. Hart with Collected Early Writings'' (Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR. 1999), page 11.</ref> .... In 1917-18 Hart underwent the surgical removal of the uterus and ovaries and lived thereafter as a male, Alan L. Hart. Hart is the earliest-known female
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  • == Corvallis, Oregon State University gay activism: 1969-2004 == ...on State University] in [http://www.ci.corvallis.or.us/ Corvallis, Oregon] and events that motivated the formation of the first officially recognized gay
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  • Continued from: [[F.B.I. and Homosexuality: Chronology| F.B.I. and Homosexuality: Chronology, Part 1]] ...terintelligence division, James Angelton, had been shown a photo of Hoover and Tolson having sex.<ref>Theoharis strongly contests Summers' research. Theoh
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