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Political progressive Nancy Cook was a Greenwich Village pioneer. Cook who died August 16, and her partner, educator Marion Dickerman, were the most prominent of the early same-sex couples to take up residence in the many small apartments that proliferated in s Greenwich Village. At West 12th Street, the women shared a home.
It would have been unthinkable 25 years ago for thousands of openly gay fans to cheer openly gay athletes at Yankee Stadium, for openly gay artists to perform to the acclaim of openly gay audiences at Carnegie Hall, or for the mainstream media to provide extensive and sympathetic coverage of it all. Today's march and the Gay Games and Cultural Festival are testimony to the legacy of the Stonewall rebellion of June 28, -- when a police assault on a Greenwich Village gay bar turned a small civil rights campaign into a mass liberation movement. But the enshrinement of Stonewall as the genesis of gay culture threatens to deny the richness and resiliency of gay and lesbian life before the late 60's and to obscure the long history of gay resistance that made the gay-rights movement possible.
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Bluestockings is a volunteer-powered and collectively-owned radical bookstore, fair trade cafe, and activist center in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. We also carry zines, journals, alternative menstrual products and other oddly hard-to-find good things. We host readings, workshops, performances, discussions and films almost every night.
On an afternoon in the spring ofat the corner of 10th Street and Waverly Place in Greenwich Village, three men set out to disrupt the political and social climate of New York City. They approached the bartender, proclaimed they were homosexual and then requested a drink —and were promptly denied service. The men, who were part of the Mattachine Society — an early organization dedicated to fighting for gay rights — wanted to demonstrate that bars in the city discriminated against homosexuals.
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Manrique is a Colombian-born novelist, poet, essayist, and translator who writes both in English and Spanish. His work has been translated into fifteen languages. He has another new novel in the works, entitled The Rooster from Aracataca. In bestowing this award, the judges said, "Although still very early in his career, Julian Randall is already changing the form and accessibility of poetry.
Sign up for our newsletter - just type your email below:. The Los Angeles Opera declined Friday to release any details of its promised investigation into allegations of sexual harassment against opera legend Placido Domingo, the company's longtime general director, including whether it has already started. Heather Locklear has pleaded no contest to charges that she fought with first responders during two visits to her Southern California home last year.
In my career as a writer, I've worked for a lot of publications yes, printed matter that eventually fell by the wayside, either because I've been around for a long, long time or because I'm some kind of horrible bad luck omen who curses the pages I grace. In any case, read this quickly before I drive this publication to extinction. But the sensibility certainly was.