50 Years After Stonewall, We’re Still Disagreeing About What Happened There. That’s Why the Archives Matter
by Jason Baumann
Given the tremendous gains made by LGBTQ activists in the intervening years, it can be difficult for people to remember the oppression suffered by LGBTQ people in the United States in the 1950s and ’60s.
by Christopher M. Bishop
Until this month, slavery was the only other issue that seriously threatened the unity of American Methodism.
SOURCE: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
by Jonathon Zimmerman
The Methodist Church turned away from human equality last week. It's on the wrong side of history, but it will right itself soon enough.
by Hugh Ryan
From a gay Nazi spy sex scandal to its WWII antifascist queer intelligentsia scene, a new book reveals that Brooklyn has always been a surprisingly queer haven.
by Sarah Prager
No. It's how we're learning it now.
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