Every year in June, LGBTQIA+ Pride Month is celebrated in the United States. June was chosen to commemorate the riots held by members of the LGBTQIA+ community against a police raid at the Stonewall Inn in New York City on June 28, 1969. According to the Library of Congress, the Stonewall riots were a "tipping point" for the gay liberation movement in the United States.
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Examine the code words and phrases used to describe LGBTQA communities.
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When did we start defining sexual orientation?
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San Francisco's LGBTQ community reshapes the vogue balls of 1970s Harlem.
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Sissy talks with his wife Vickie about how they forged a new path.
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Being out in the church can be difficult—but it doesn’t have to be that way.
11 states in the U.S. allow for adoption discrimination based on religious grounds.
Dancer Amit Patel is reinventing Bollywood dance for queer expression.