A HARD MAN IS GOOD TO FIND! a bold new exhibition charting over 60 years of queer photography of the male physique.

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       A Hard Man Is Good To Find! is a great new exhibition on at The Photographers Gallery, London, documenting queer male photography in London during the twentieth century. Such photography doesn’t actually exist in the public realm in great quantities, partly because it was illegal under the Obscene Publications Act 1857, and … Continue reading

Black Miami-Dade Presents: Give Them Their Flowers—An Exhibit of Black LGBTQ+ Miami History

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    Give Them Their Flowers is a first-of-its-kind exhibit to celebrate Miami’s Black LGBTQ+ history and comes at a critical time when Black and queer histories are under attack in Florida.  This exhibit pays homage to Miami’s Black queer history by merging historical research, archival imagery, artifacts, oral histories, video and portraits of Black … Continue reading

Days of Rage : a Digital Exhibition of Queer Posters from ACT UP and Beyond

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    ONE Archives Foundation, the oldest active LGBTQ organization in the United States and the largest repository of LGBTQ materials in the world.,  is excited to launch “Days of Rage,” a web-based, multimedia exhibit featuring newly digitized LGBTQ+ activist posters from ONE Archives at the USC Libraries.  This exhibit features 30+ archival posters with … Continue reading

Finding Fire Island : a docu-podcast series about its evolution from 1950s fishing village to today’s queer mecca .

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  Love Fire Island, the Ocean Barrier Island off Long Island, which is such a queer mecca and want to know more about it?   Then you are in luck as there is rather a fab brand new docu-podcast series “Finding Fire Island” .  In this, you will hear how a sleepy, 19th-century beach town  became THE hot … Continue reading

Help complete ‘Dragstrip 66: The Frockumentary : a crucial part of our queer history

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    Trip down the rabbit hole of time to experience Dragstrip 66, a monthly underground nightclub in Silver Lake, Los Angeles that ran for an unprecedented 20 years (1993-2013). Dragstrip 66 was so much more than just a nightclub. It was a wellspring of creativity, it was a community of artists and survivors, and … Continue reading

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