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the movement aimed at liberating homosexuals from legal or social or economic oppression

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Which takes us back to Christopher Park and the Gay Liberation monument.
How do you think the ideas behind gay liberation impacted on and shaped the book and/or filmic presentation of Conigrave and Caleo's relationship?
While in its early days women's liberation supported a dialogue and alliance with male comrades of mixed New Left groups, and with gay liberation, in an effort to overthrow capitalist structures, women's liberation developed a distinctly radical and gender-specific consciousness by 1975 (Curthoys 1992; Sydney Women's Liberation Newsletter 1970, 6).
The Chicago Tribune quoting a statement made by Cardinal Francis George in an interview with Fox News Chicago, which he later defended with another statement: "The rhetoric of the Ku Klux Klan, the rhetoric of the gay liberation people-who is the enemy?
The business was gay liberation," Barwick, now 65 and living in San Francisco, explained recently.
Sitting on the banks of the Rio Grande for long hours at a time, we engaged in vigorous and far-reaching discussions about what was working and what was not working with the ten-year-old gay liberation movement.
The Early Years of Gay Liberation" is a look at the early days of gay liberation where much of society grew finally tired of hiding a major part of them and took a stand for their rights.
It's not that there haven't been home-grown moments of conjuncture between socialism and gay liberation in Canada.
Young will speak about the early years of the gay liberation movement launched after the June 1969 Stonewall Rebellion in New York City.
341) phenomenon, an ingenious mix of local and global influences perhaps best typified by those Air New Zealand stewards who smuggled in pornographic publications that were then on-sold alongside local magazines promoting gay liberation and gay-geared services such as men's grooming and body toning, the contours of Brickell's overall argument are in close concordance with Robert Reynolds's 2002 revaluation of the pre-gay history that went into making the Australian homosexual.
It features morethan35years of land mark moments - from the early Gay Liberation Front march at Hyde Park in 1971 to the recent civil partnerships of the 21st century.
Yet these retrenchments did not reverse the gains made in civil rights, feminism, and gay liberation, even though these last two were subject to strident counterattacks.
Bruce Shenitz, "The grand dame of gay liberation," Los Angeles Times, June 10, 1990.
The most controversial aspect of Rotello's book is that gay men cannot rely on condoms as our sole defense against HIV transmission--offering instead that gay liberation must give way to a more restrained style of sexual partnering.
An active member of the gay liberation movement in the 1970s, Hammond co-founded the Gay History Archive, now a part of the Rare Books and Manuscripts division of the New York Public Library.