Marsha was a leading voice in the uprising of the modern LGBT+ movement in the USA.
Credited to helping fuel the LGBT+ movement’s rhetorical power in the US.
“… campaigned for Stronger In but sometimes you’re better off out!”
The rainbow is a powerful symbol and it belongs to everyone.
In 2017 the City of Philadelphia revealed their take on the traditional LGBT+ pride flag, to include two new stripes. A black and brown stripe to represent LGBT+ communities of colour. The organisers of the campaign, to drive awareness of […]
American politics was filled with a sea of heterosexual faces, sometimes fiercely homophobic, but mostly irreverent towards the gay community, that was until Harvey Milk entered the political arena. Harvey Bernard Milk was born in the cold and wet winter […]
In 2014 two male penguins at an English Zoo in Kent became fathers after looking after an unhatched egg given to them by zookeepers. They instantly became internationally famous. The two male Humboldt Penguins called Kermit and Jumbs at Wingham […]
In 2014, Drag Queen Conchita Wurst won the Eurovision Song Contest with her epic hit, “Rise Like A Phoenix” which prompted a backlash from some in Russia – despite Conchita not representing Russia in the competition or being a Russian […]
Today in 1933 the Nazis started their war against the gay and lesbian community in Germany by confiscating materials from the Institute of Sexual Science. The institute’s works were destroyed as part of the regime’s censorship programme, by youth brigades. […]
After being served one too many warm beers at a rival, Crews was born. “Chris” takes us down memory lane. CREWS: 1990-1998 St Martins Lane, next to Stringfellows Crews came about after I was served yet another warm beer at […]
A contributor to our Lost LGBT+ Scene project left this recollection of his first encounter at The Catacombs as an 18-year-old in the heydays of the early 70s. Vivid memories of The Catacombs….. At the tender age of 18, new […]