LGBT+ History by the Decades: Before Stonewall | Episode 5Before the flame was the spark. In this episode we cover the many sparks that eventually lit the fire at the Stonewall Inn, and the climate surrounding it.
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Coming Out The LGBT Culural Revolution before Stonewall
Screaming Queens - The Riot at Compton's Cafeteria - Transgender GenreWhen San Francisco police raided a popular late-night hangout for transgendered people in the city's impoverished Tenderloin district at Compton's Cafeteria in 1966, the patrons unexpectedly fought back. It was the first known instance of collective, queer resistance to police intimidation in United States history. “Screaming Queens,” tells the story of this little known uprising that helped launch a broader fight for human rights in America. History documentary is both in forms of transgender expression and identity.
Before Stonewall: The Making Of A Gay And Lesbian Community
5 LGBTQ Riots Before StonewallThe gay rights protests you never hear about.
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Before Stonewall, Episode 1: GalbaYou may already know about the gender-bending, sexually deviant Roman emperors Caligula, Nero, and Elagabalus, but do you know about the ill-fated Emperor Galba, who was a gruff, old-school Roman who nonetheless liked "muscular men."
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Before Stonewall, Episode 2: The Chevalier d'EonHere is the story of a successful diplomat and spy in eighteenth century Europe who suddenly declared that she was a woman, setting her up against the king and queen of France.
Before Stonewall, Episode 3: Gladys BentleyFor this episode, meet lesbian and cross-dressing Harlem Renaissance idol and blues singer Gladys Bentley.
ERRATA: The music credits should be going to Midnite Lites, "I Wanna Be Loved By You."
Before Stonewall, Episode 4: The Story of Ruth and NaomiIt's one of the shortest stories of the Hebrew Bible, but it contains compelling themes of poverty, female solidarity, and, yes, even love between the same sex.
"Queer Before Stonewall: Art, Eros and the Sixties" - Jonathan Katz"Queer Before Stonewall: Art, Eros and the Sixties"
Jonathan D. Katz
Katz explores why in the art world of the late 50s and 60s, before human differences were particularized and made over into artistic identity, a universal human capacity -- Eros -- was elevated to determining status and made ground for global politics of social liberation. A diverse group of artists -- female and male, queer and straight -- produced an art that, in politicizing the body while dimming its signs of differentiation, paradoxically created social categories like feminist and queer that now obscure Eros' formative and foundational role.
October 2, 2012
Yeager Recital Hall
MEUSA Interview with Edie Windsor (Part 2): Life and Love Before StonewallIn part two of MEUSA's three-part interview with Edie Windsor, Edie recounts the struggles of gay life before Stonewall and her persistence pursuing her eventual wife, Thea Spyer.
Queens at Heart Trans Documentary 1967Just For Research
Session 3: Before Stonewall / RTSA 2017A conference for LGBTQIA saints and prophets—generations past and present—to honor our history and empower our future.
October 31 – November 2, 2017
Marriott St. Louis Airport