Out of the Past: Gay and Lesbian History from 1869 to the Present
Alyson Books, 2006 - 677 ページ
A unique and hugely absorbing narrative history of gay life—from Oscar Wilde to the first gay marriage performed in San Francisco in 2004—by the award-winning journalist and distinguished author of Out in the World and Sex- Crime Panic. Miller accompanies his narrative with essays and excerpts from contemporary and historical writings, and the text is illustrated with photos and line drawings.
Neil Miller is the author of Sex-Crime Panic and winner of the 2003 Randy Shilts Award for nonfiction and an American Library Association Stonewall Honor Book. He is also the author of In Search of Gay America, winner of the 1990 American Library Association prize for gay and lesbian literature. He teaches journalism and nonfiction writing at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts.
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CHAPTER 22 The Homophiles IN 1948 , Communist Party organizer and cultural worker Harry Hay ( 1912–2002 ) was teaching a course on the “ Historical Materialist Development of Music ” at the People's Educational Center in Los Angeles .
The following year was a presidential election year , and Senator George McGovern was running for the Democratic Party's nomination . The liberal South Dakota senator issued a seven - point plank supporting gay rights .
Thatcher's Conservative Party , like its Republican allies across the Atlantic , was becoming increasingly identified with the antigay backlash . In a November 1985 speech , Tory Party chairman Norman Tebbit fulminated against the ...