Historical Dictionary of the Lesbian and Gay Liberation Movements

Editor: Myers, Joanne
Publication Year: 2013
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-0-8108-7226-4
Category: Social Sciences - Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies
Book Status: Available
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The Historical Dictionary of the Lesbian and Gay Liberation Movements covers the history of this movement through a cross-referenced dictionary with entries on specific countries and regions, influential historical figures, laws that criminalized same-sex sexuality, various historical terms that have been used to refer to aspects of same-sex love, and contemporary events and legal decisions.

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Table of Contents

  • Editor's Foreword
  • Reader's Note
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Acronyms and Abbreviations
  • Chronology
  • Introduction
  • Overview
  • Lesbian Liberation
  • The Gay Liberation Movement
  • Key Issues
  • Conclusion
  • A
  • ABBOTT, BERENICE (1898–1991).
  • ABBOTT, SIDNEY (1937–).
  • ABORTION RIGHTS MOVEMENT.
  • ABZUG, BELLA SAVITSKY (1920–1998).
  • ACCEPT.
  • ACCOMMODATIONISM/ACCOMMODATIONIST.
  • ACHMAT, ABDURAZACK (ZACKIE) (1961–).
  • ACHTENBERG, ROBERTA (1950–).
  • ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME/HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS (AIDS/HIV).
  • ACT 25 OF HENRY VIII (1533).
  • ACTIVISM.
  • ACT-UP/AIDS COALITION TO UNLEASH POWER.
  • ADDAMS, JANE (1860–1935).
  • ADOPTION.
  • ADVOCATE, THE.
  • AFRICA.
  • AFRICAN AMERICAN GAY MEN.
  • AFRICAN AMERICAN LESBIANS.
  • AFRICAN ANCESTRAL LESBIANS UNITED FOR SOCIAL CHANGE.
  • AGE OF CONSENT.
  • AGEISM.
  • ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME (AIDS).
  • AIDS COALITION TO UNLEASH POWER (ACT-UP).
  • ALBEE, EDWARD (1928–).
  • ALEXANDER, DELORES (1931–2008).
  • ALEXSEYEV, NIKOLAY (1977–).
  • ALLEN, PAULA GUNN (1939–2008).
  • ALLIES.
  • ALLISON, DOROTHY (1949–).
  • ALTERNATIVE INSEMINATION (AI).
  • ALTMAN, DENNIS (1943–).
  • AMAZONS.
  • AMENDMENT 2 (COLORADO) (1992)/ ROMER V. EVANS (1996).
  • AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION (ACLU).
  • AMERICAN FAMILY ASSOCIATION (AFA).
  • AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (ALA).
  • AMERICAN PSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION (APA).
  • AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL (AI).
  • ANARCHIST-FEMINISM.
  • ANDERSON, MARGARET (1886–1973).
  • ANDROGYNOUS.
  • ANDROGYNY.
  • ANTHONY, SUSAN B. (1820–1906).
  • ANTIBIAS LAWS.
  • ANTIGAY BACKLASH.
  • ANTIGAY INITIATIVES.
  • ANTI-SEMITISM.
  • ANTISODOMY LAWS.
  • ANZALDÚA, GLORIA (1942–2004).
  • APUZZO, VIRGINIA (1941–).
  • ARCADIE.
  • ARENAS, REINALDO (1943–1990).
  • ARGENTINA.
  • ARNOLD, JUNE (DAVIS) (1926–1982).
  • ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION (AI).
  • ASEXUAL.
  • ASIA.
  • ASIAN AMERICAN/PACIFIC ISLAND (API) LESBIANS AND GAY MEN.
  • ASIAN LESBIAN NETWORK.
  • ASSIMILATION.
  • ASSIMILATIONISTS.
  • ASSOCIATION FOR SOCIAL KNOWLEDGE (ASK).
  • ASTRAEA LESBIAN FOUNDATION FOR JUSTICE.
  • ASYLUM.
  • ATKINSON, TI-GRACE (1939–).
  • AUDRE LORDE PROJECT.
  • AULT, STEVE (19??–).
  • AUSTRALIA.
  • AUTONOMY (SEXUAL).
  • AXGIL, AXEL (AXEL JOHANNES LUNDAHL MADSEN) (1915–2011).
  • B
  • BABY BUTCH.
  • BACKLASH.
  • BAEHR V. LEWIN (1993)/ BAEHR V. MIIKE .
  • BANNON, ANN (1932–).
  • BAR CULTURE.
  • BARNES, DJUNA (1892–1981).
  • BARNEY, NATALIE (1876–1972).
  • BARRON, CHRISTOPHER (19??–).
  • BARS.
  • BASILE, VICTOR (194?–).
  • BATHS/BATHHOUSES.
  • BATTERING.
  • BATTS, DEBORAH (1947–).
  • BAUDRY, ANDRÉ (ÉMILE) (1922–).
  • BEACH, SYLVIA (NANCY) (1887–1962).
  • BEAM, JOSEPH F. (1954-1988).
  • BEARD.
  • BEARS/BEAR CULTURE.
  • BEAUVOIR, SIMONE DE (1908–1986).
  • BECHDEL, ALISON (1960–).
  • BECK, VOLKER (1960–).
  • BED DEATH (LESBIAN BED DEATH).
  • BEIJING CONFERENCE (1995)/UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON WOMEN.
  • BELGIUM.
  • BELL, ARTHUR (1939–1984).
  • BEN, LISA (EDITH EYDE) (1921–).
  • BENEDICT, RUTH (1887–1948).
  • BENTHAM, JEREMY (1748–1832).
  • BENTLEY, GLADYS (1907–1960).
  • BERDACHE.
  • BERUBE, ALLAN (1946–2007).
  • BESEN, WAYNE (c. 1963–).
  • BIAS CRIME.
  • BIEDROŃ, ROBERT (1976–).
  • BILLING CASE.
  • BIRCH, ELIZABETH (1956–).
  • BIREN, JOAN E. (JEB) (1944–).
  • BIRKBY, (NOEL) PHYLLIS (c. 1930–1994).
  • BISEXUAL, GAY, AND LESBIAN ASSOCIATION (BiGALA).
  • BISEXUALITY/BISEXUAL (BI).
  • BISHOP, ELIZABETH (1911–1979).
  • BITCH MANIFESTO.
  • BLACK, DUSTIN LANCE (1974–).
  • BLACK CAT TAVERN.
  • BLACK GAY MEN.
  • BLACK LESBIAN-FEMINISTS.
  • BLACK LESBIANS.
  • BLACK TRIANGLE.
  • BLAND, BOB (1947–2011).
  • BLEWETT, NEAL (1933–).
  • BLOTCHER, JAY (1960–).
  • BODY IMAGE.
  • BODY POLITIC, THE.
  • BODY POLITICS.
  • BOND, PAT (1935–1990).
  • BONDAGE AND DISCIPLINE (B AND D).
  • BONHEUR, ROSA (1822–1899).
  • BƟNNELCYCKE, PER KLEIS (1942–).
  • BONNET, MARIE-JO (1949–).
  • BOOZER, MEL (c. 1946–1987).
  • BORN WOMAN.
  • BORNSTEIN, KATHERINE VANDAM (KATE) (NÉE ALBERT HERMAN BORNSTEIN) (1948–).
  • BORY, JEAN-LOUIS (1919–1979).
  • BOSTON MARRIAGE.
  • BOSWELL, JOHN (1947–1994).
  • BOTHA, KEVAN (1962–).
  • BOTTINI, IVY (1926–).
  • BOTTOM.
  • BOUTILIER V. IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE (INS) (1967).
  • BOWERS V. HARDWICK (1986).
  • BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA V. DALE (2000).
  • BRADLEY, MARION ZIMMER (1930–1999).
  • BRAND, ADOLF (1874–1945).
  • BRANT, BETH (1941–).
  • BRASS, PERRY (1947–).
  • BRAZIL.
  • BREAST CANCER.
  • BREEDER.
  • BRIGGS AMENDMENT/BRIGGS INITIATIVE.
  • BRIGHT, SUSIE (1958–).
  • BRING OUT.
  • BRONSKI, MICHAEL (1945–).
  • BROOKS, (BEATRICE) ROMAINE GODDARD (1874–1970).
  • BROUMAS, OLGA (1949–).
  • BROWN, HOWARD (1924–1975).
  • BROWN, RITA MAE (1944–).
  • BROWN, ROBERT JAMES “BOB” (1944–).
  • BRYANT, ANITA (1940–).
  • BUFFALO ORAL HISTORY PROJECT.
  • BUFFET FLAT.
  • BUGGERY.
  • BULKIN, ELLY (1944–).
  • BULLDAGGER.
  • BULLDYKE/BULLDAGGER.
  • BULLY/BULLYING.
  • BUNCH, CHARLOTTE (1944–).
  • BURNS, RICHARD D. (195?–).
  • BURNS, ROBERT K. (1975–2011).
  • BURSTEIN, KAREN (1942–).
  • BUTCH.
  • BUTCH-FEMME.
  • BUTLER, JUDITH (1956–).
  • BUTTON, RICHARD TOTTEN (DICK) (1929–).
  • C
  • CABAJ, ROBERT PAUL (1948–).
  • CALIFIA, PAT (PATRICK) (1954–).
  • CALL, HAROLD (HAL) (1917–2000).
  • CAMMERMEYER, MARGARETHE (1943–).
  • CAMP.
  • CAMPAIGN AGAINST MORAL PERSECUTION (CAMP).
  • CANADA.
  • CARD, CLAUDIA (1940–).
  • CARPENTER, EDWARD (1844–1929).
  • CARTER, MANDY (1948–).
  • CELIBACY.
  • CELL 16.
  • CENSORSHIP.
  • CENTER FOR LESBIAN AND GAY STUDIES (CLAGS).
  • CENTRAL AMERICA.
  • CHAMBERS, (CAROLYN) JANE (1937–1983).
  • CHEMICAL-FREE SPACES.
  • CHERRY GROVE.
  • CHILD CUSTODY AND VISITATION.
  • CHILDREN OF LESBIANS AND GAYS EVERYWHERE (COLAGE).
  • CHINA.
  • CHINESE RAINBOW.
  • CHOI, LT. DANIEL (1981–).
  • CHORUSES AND BANDS.
  • CHRISTIAN COALITION.
  • CHRISTIAN RIGHT.
  • CHRISTINA, QUEEN OF SWEDEN (1626–1689).
  • CHRYSTOS (1946–).
  • CIRCUMSTANTIAL HOMOSEXUALITY.
  • CISGENDER.
  • CITIZENSHIP.
  • CIVIL RIGHTS.
  • CIVIL UNION.
  • CLARK, KAREN (1945–).
  • CLARKE, CHERYL (1947–).
  • CLASSISM.
  • CLAUSE 28 (1988).
  • CLINTON, KATE (1945–).
  • CLIT-TEASE.
  • CLOD, BENTE (1946–).
  • CLONES.
  • CLOSET/CLOSETED (IN THE CLOSET).
  • COALITION FOR GAY RIGHTS IN ONTARIO (CGRO).
  • COALITION POLITICS.
  • CODE NAPOLÉON (1810).
  • CODE OF JUSTINIAN.
  • COHN, ROY (1927–1986).
  • COLLECTIVE (LESBIAN-FEMINIST COLLECTIVE, WOMEN'S COLLECTIVE).
  • COLONIALISM/POSTCOLONIALISM.
  • COLORADO'S AMENDMENT 2.
  • COMADRES.
  • COMBAHEE RIVER COLLECTIVE.
  • COME OUT.
  • COMING-OUT STORY.
  • COMITÉ D'URGENCE ANTIRÉPRESSION HOMOSEXUELLE (EMERGENCY COMMITTEE AGAINST THE REPRESSION OF HOMOSEXUALS).
  • COMMITMENT CEREMONY.
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS.
  • COMMUNITY FOR HOMOSEXUAL EQUALITY (CHE).
  • COMPTON'S CAFETERIA RIOTS (1966).
  • COMPULSORY HETEROSEXUALITY.
  • CONCERNED WOMEN FOR AMERICA (CWA OR CWFA).
  • CONDOM.
  • CONFRONTATIONALISTS.
  • CONGRESS TO UNITE WOMEN.
  • CONSCIOUSNESS RAISING (CR).
  • “CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING PROPOSALS TO GIVE LEGAL RECOGNITION TO UNIONS BETWEEN HOMOSEXUAL PERSONS.”
  • CONSTRUCTIONALISM VERSUS ESSENTIALISM.
  • CONVERSION THERAPY.
  • COOK, BLANCHE WIESEN (1941–).
  • COORS (BEER) BOYCOTT.
  • CORRINE, TEE A. (1943–2006).
  • CORY, DONALD WEBSTER (PSEUD. EDWARD SARAGIN) (1913–1986).
  • COUNCIL ON RELIGION AND THE HOMOSEXUAL.
  • COVER/COVERING.
  • COX, SPENCER (1968–2012).
  • CRIME AGAINST NATURE.
  • CRONE.
  • CRONE (OR HAG).
  • CROOME, RODNEY (1964–).
  • CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES.
  • CROSS-DRESSING (DRAG).
  • CRUIKSHANK, MARGARET (1940–).
  • CRUISING.
  • CULTURAL FEMINISM.
  • CULTURE WARS.
  • CULTUUR-EN-ONTSPANNINGS CENTRUM (CULTURAL AND RECREATIONAL CENTER) (COC).
  • CURES.
  • CUSTODY.
  • CYBERQUEER.
  • D
  • DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
  • DALY, MARY (1928–2010).
  • DAMATA, GASPARINO (PSEUD. GASPARINO DA MATA E SILVA) (1918–1980).
  • DANISH REGISTERED PARTNERSHIP ACT (1989).
  • DANSKY, STEVEN F. (1944–).
  • DAUGHTERS OF BILITIS (DOB).
  • DAVIS, ANGELA (1944–).
  • DAVIS, MADELINE D. (1940–).
  • DAY WITHOUT ART.
  • DECONSTRUCTION.
  • DEFENSE COMMITTEES.
  • DEFENSE OF MARRIAGE ACT (DOMA) (1996).
  • DEGENERES, ELLEN (1958–).
  • DELARVERIE, STORMÉ (1922–).
  • D'EMILIO, JOHN (1948–).
  • DEMING, BARBARA (1917–1984).
  • DEMONSTRATIONS.
  • DENMARK.
  • DENTAL DAM.
  • DER EIGENE (THE SPECIAL).
  • DET NORSKE FORBUNDET (NORWEGIAN FEDERATION) (DNF).
  • DETECTIVE FICTION.
  • DEUTSCHER FREUNDSCHAFTSVERBAND (GERMAN FRIENDSHIP ASSOCIATION) (DFV).
  • DEVIANCE.
  • DIGITAL QUEERS.
  • DIGNITY.
  • DIRECT ACTION.
  • DISABLED LESBIANS AND GAY MEN.
  • DITSIE, PALESA BEVERLEY (1972–).
  • DOBKIN, ALIX (1941–).
  • DOMESTIC PARTNERSHIP.
  • DOMESTIC VIOLENCE/BATTERED WOMEN'S MOVEMENT/BATTERING.
  • DONALDSON, STEPHEN (NÉE ROBERT ANTHONY MARTIN JR.) (1946–1996).
  • “DON'T ASK, DON'T TELL.”
  • “DON'T ASK, DON'T TELL (DON'T PURSUE)” (DADT).
  • DORIAN SOCIETY (DS).
  • DOUGLAS, LORD ALFRED (1870–1945).
  • DOWN LOW/ON THE DOWN LOW/ON THE DL.
  • DR. LAURA (SCHLESSINGER) (1947–).
  • DRAG.
  • DRAG KING.
  • DRAG QUEEN.
  • DUBERMAN, MARTIN BAUML (1930–).
  • DUNN, IAN CAMPBELL (1943–1998).
  • DWORKIN, ANDREA (1946–2005).
  • DYKE.
  • DYKE MARCHES.
  • DYKEWOMON, ELANA (NACHMAN) (1949–).
  • DYSON, ANTHONY EDWARD (1928–2002).
  • E
  • EAGLE FORUM.
  • EAST COAST HOMOPHILE ORGANIZATIONS (ECHO)/EASTERN REGIONAL CONFERENCE OF HOMOPHILE ORGANIZATIONS (ERCHO).
  • EASTERN EUROPE.
  • EASTERN REGIONAL CONFERENCE OF HOMOPHILE ORGANIZATIONS (ERCHO).
  • ECKSTEIN, ERNESTINE (PSEUD.).
  • ECOFEMINISM.
  • EDDY, FANNYANN VIOLA (1974–2004).
  • EDWARD II (1284–1327).
  • EFFEMINIST MOVEMENT.
  • EGAN, JIM (1921–2000).
  • EGAN V. CANADA (1995).
  • EIKVAM, TURID (1948–).
  • ELECTIVE LESBIAN.
  • ELITISM.
  • ELLIS, HAVELOCK (1859–1939).
  • EMPLOYMENT NONDISCRIMINATION ACT (ENDA).
  • ENCUENTROS DE LESBIANAS FEMINISTAS (LESBIAN-FEMINIST ENCOUNTERS).
  • ENDEAN, STEVEN (1948–1993).
  • ENG, DAVID L. (197?–).
  • EQUAL RIGHTS.
  • EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT (ERA).
  • EREN, IBRAHIM (19??–).
  • EROTICA.
  • EROTOPHOBIA.
  • ESSENTIALISM.
  • ETHERIDGE, MELISSA (1961–).
  • ETTELBRICK, PAULA (1955–2011).
  • EUGENICS.
  • EUROPE.
  • EVANS, ARTHUR (1942–2011).
  • EVANS, DONALD T. (DR. DON) (1937–).
  • EX-GAY/EX-GAY MINISTRY MOVEMENT.
  • F
  • FADERMAN, LILLIAN (1940–).
  • FAG/FAGGOT.
  • FAG BASHER/FAG BASHING.
  • FALWELL, REV. JERRY, SR. (1933–2007).
  • FAMILIES AND LESBIANS AND GAYS.
  • FAMILY RESEARCH COUNCIL.
  • FAMILY VALUES.
  • FARROW, KENYON (197?–).
  • FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION (FBI) HARASSMENT.
  • FEINBERG, DAVID B. (1956–1994).
  • FEINBERG, LESLIE (1949–).
  • FEMALE CHAUVINISM.
  • FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION (FGM).
  • FEMALE TO MALE (FTM).
  • FEMINISM.
  • FEMINIST.
  • FEMINIST ANTICENSORSHIP TASK FORCE.
  • FEMINIST BOOKSTORES.
  • FEMINISTES REVOLUTIONAIRES.
  • FEMINISTS, THE.
  • FEMME (FEM OR FLUFF).
  • FILMS.
  • FINLAND.
  • FIRE ISLAND, NEW YORK.
  • FIRST WAVE of FEMINISm.
  • FLANNER, JANET (GENET) (1892–1978).
  • FLOOD, MAURICE (1941–1991).
  • FLUVIÀ, ARMAND DE (1926–).
  • FOCUS ON THE FAMILY.
  • FOREMAN, MATT (1953–).
  • FOSTER, JAMES M. (JIM) (1935–1990).
  • FOUCAULT, (JEAN-) MICHEL (1926–1984).
  • FOURATT, JIM (1945–).
  • FRANCE.
  • FRANK, BARNEY (1940–).
  • FREE CONGRESS FOUNDATION.
  • FREEDOM RINGS.
  • FRENTE DE LIBERACIÓN HOMOSEXUAL DE MEXICO (HOMOSEXUAL LIBERATION FRONT OF MEXICO) (HLFM).
  • FRENTE HOMOSEXUAL DE ACCIÓN RÉVOLUCIONARIA DE MEXICO (HOMOSEXUAL FRONT FOR REVOLUTIONARY ACTION MEXICO) (RHAF-M).
  • FREUD, SIGMUND (1856–1939).
  • FRIEDAN, BETTY (1921–2006).
  • FRONT HOMOSEXUEL D'ACTION RÉVOLUTIONNAIRE (HOMOSEXUAL FRONT FOR REVOUTIONARY ACTION) (RHAF).
  • FRYE, MARILYN (1941–).
  • FUCK BUDDY.
  • FULL FAITH AND CREDIT CLAUSE.
  • FURIES, THE.
  • FUSION/MERGING.
  • G
  • GANGSTER WOMAN/GANGSTER DYKE.
  • GANYMEDE.
  • GARMESON, BERTRAM EUGENE JOSEPH (JOE) (1928–2003).
  • GAY.
  • GAY ACADEMIC UNION (GAU).
  • GAY ACTIVISTS ALLIANCE (GAA).
  • GAY AGENDA/HOMOSEXUAL AGENDA.
  • GAY AID IDENTIFICATION DEVELOPMENT AND ENRICHMENT (GAIDE).
  • GAY AND LESBIAN ALLIANCE AGAINST DEFAMATION (GLAAD).
  • GAY AND LESBIAN AMERICANS.
  • GAY AND LESBIAN ARABIC SOCIETY (GLAS).
  • GAY AND LESBIAN ASSOCIATION OF CUBA.
  • GAY AND LESBIAN ORGANIZATION OF ELDERS (GLOE).
  • GAY AND LESBIAN ORGANIZATION OF THE WITWATERSRAND (GLOW).
  • GAY AND LESBIAN RIGHTS MOVEMENT.
  • GAY AND LESBIAN VICTORY FUND.
  • GAY ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH AFRICA (GASA).
  • GAY BASHING.
  • GAY CIVIL RIGHTS.
  • GAY GAMES.
  • GAY GHETTO.
  • GAY, LESBIAN, AND STRAIGHT EDUCATION NETWORK (GLSEN).
  • GAY LIBERATION FRONT (GLF).
  • GAY LIBERATION MOVEMENT.
  • GAY LIBERATIONISTS.
  • GAY MEN'S HEALTH CRISIS (GMHC).
  • GAY RIGHTS.
  • GAY STRAIGHT ALLIANCE (GSA)/LESBIAN GAY STRAIGHT ALLIANCE (LGSA).
  • GAY/STRAIGHT SPLIT.
  • GAY STUDIES.
  • GAY VOTE (GAY VOTING BLOC).
  • GAYDAR.
  • GAYS AND LESBIANS OF ZIMBABWE (GALZ).
  • GEARHART, SALLY MILLER (1931–).
  • GEMEINSCHAFT DER EIGENEN (COMMUNITY OF THE SPECIAL) (GdE).
  • GENDER.
  • GENDER BENDER.
  • GENDER FUCK.
  • GENDER IDENTITY DISORDER (GID).
  • GENDER NEUTRAL.
  • GENDER ROLE.
  • GENDER QUEER.
  • GERBER, HENRY (1892–1972).
  • GERMANY.
  • GIARD, ROBERT (1939–2002).
  • GILDROW, ELSA (1889–1986).
  • GILL FOUNDATION.
  • GINSBERG, ALLEN (1926–1997).
  • GITTINGS, BARBARA (1932–2007).
  • GIULIANO, NEIL G. (1956–).
  • GLITTERBOMBING.
  • GLOBAL CAPITALISM.
  • GOD HATES FAGS.
  • GOMEZ, JEWELLE (1948–).
  • GOTTLIEB, MICHAEL S. (ca. 1948–).
  • GOUINE, (UNE).
  • GRAHN, JUDY (1940–).
  • GREAT BRITAIN.
  • GREECE.
  • GREY, ANTONY (A. E. G. WRIGHT) (1928–).
  • GRIER, BARBARA G. (PSEUD. GENE DAMAN) (1933–2011).
  • GRIFFEN, CHAD (1973–).
  • GRILLINI, FRANCO (1955–).
  • GROUPE DE LIBÉRATION HOMOSEXUELLE (HOMOSEXUAL LIBERATION GROUP) (GLH).
  • GRUBER, JAMES (JOHN) (1928–2011).
  • GRUPO DE ORGULLO HOMOSEXUAL DE LIBERACIÓN (PRIDE FOR HOMOSEXUAL LIBERATION GROUP) (GOHL).
  • GRUPO LAMBDA DE LIBERACIÓN HOMOSEXUAL (LAMBDA HOMOSEXUAL LIBERATION GROUP) (GLLH).
  • GUERIN, DANIEL (1904–1988).
  • H
  • HACKER, MARILYN (1942–).
  • HAHN, PIERRE (1936–1981).
  • HAIRE, NORMAN (PSEUD. WYKEHAM TERRIS) (1892–1952).
  • HALL, MURRAY (1830–1901).
  • HALL, RADCLYFFE (1880–1943).
  • HAMMER, BARBARA (1939–).
  • HAMPTON, MABEL (1902–1989).
  • HANNON, GERALD (1944–).
  • HANSBERRY, LORRAINE (1930–1965).
  • HARDWICK, MICHAEL (1954–).
  • HARING, KEITH (1958–1990).
  • HARLEM RENAISSANCE.
  • HARRIS, BERTHA (1937–2005).
  • HARRIS, SHERRY (1965–).
  • HART, PEARL M. (19??–1975).
  • HARVEY MILK SCHOOL.
  • HASBIAN.
  • HATE CRIMES.
  • HATE CRIMES STATISTICS ACT.
  • HAY, HENRY (HARRY), JR. (1912–2002).
  • HEALTH/LESBIAN HEALTH ISSUES.
  • HEATHER HAS TWO MOMMIES.
  • HELLMAN, ALLAN (1904–1982).
  • HENSON, BRENDA (1945–2008), AND WANDA (1954–).
  • HENSON, WANDA (1954–).
  • HERMAPHRODITE/INTERSEXED.
  • HERSTORY.
  • HE-SHE/SHE-HE.
  • HETERODOXY.
  • HETERONORMATIVE.
  • HETEROSEXISM.
  • HETEROSEXUAL ASSUMPTION.
  • HETEROSEXUAL PRIVILEGE.
  • HETRICK-MARTIN INSTITUTE (HMI).
  • HICKOK, (ALICE) LORENA “HICK” (1893–1968).
  • HIGHSMITH, (MARY) PATRICIA (PLANGMAN) (1921–1995).
  • HIRSCHFELD, MAGNUS (1868–1935).
  • HISLOP, GEORGE (1927–2005).
  • HIV.
  • HOCQUENGHEM, GUY (1946–1988).
  • HOLLIBAUGH, AMBER (1947–).
  • HOMEROS LAMBDA (HOMEER LAMBDA)
  • HOMEROTIC.
  • HOMOPHILE.
  • HOMOPHILE MOVEMENT.
  • HOMOPHOBIA.
  • HOMOSEXUAL AGENDA.
  • HOMOSEXUAL INDOCTRINATION.
  • HOMOSEXUAL LAW REFORM SOCIETY (HLRS).
  • HOMOSEXUAL PANIC.
  • HOMOSEXUALITY.
  • HOMOSEXUELLE INITIATIVE WIEN (HOMOSEXUAL INITIATIVE WIEN) (HW)/ HOMOSEXUELLE INITIATIVE VIENNA (HOMOSEXUAL INITIATIVE VIENNA).
  • HOMOSEXUELLE INTERESSENGEMEINSCHAFT BERLIN (HOMOSEXUAL INTEREST GROUP, BERLIN) (HIB).
  • hooks, bell (GLORIA WATSON) (1952–).
  • HOOSE, JERRY (1945–).
  • HOOVER, J. (JOHN) EDGAR (1895–1972).
  • HOUSE BALLS/BALL CULTURE.
  • HOUSING.
  • HOUSMAN, LAURENCE (1865–1959).
  • H.R. 14752.
  • HUGHES, HOLLY (c. 1955–).
  • HUMAN RIGHTS.
  • HUMAN RIGHTS CAMPAIGN (HRC).
  • HWAME.
  • I
  • IDENTITY POLITICS.
  • IMMIGRATION.
  • IN THE LIFE.
  • INDIA.
  • INSTITUT FÜR SEXUALWISSENSCHAFT (INSTITUTE FOR SEX RESEARCH).
  • INSTITUTIONALIZED MISOGYNY.
  • INTERNALIZED HOMOPHOBIA.
  • INTERNATIONAL BACHELORS FRATERNAL ORDER FOR PEACE AND SOCIAL JUSTICE (BACHELORS ANONYMOUS).
  • INTERNATIONAL GAY AND LESBIAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION (IGLHRC).
  • INTERNATIONAL LESBIAN AND GAY ASSOCIATION (ILGA).
  • INTERNATIONAL NETWORK OF LESBIAN AND GAY OFFICIALS (INLGO).
  • INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY.
  • INTERSECTIONALITY.
  • INTERSEX.
  • INVERT.
  • INVISIBILITY.
  • ISLAM.
  • ITALY.
  • IVES, GEORGE CECIL (1867–1941).
  • J
  • JAMES I (1566–1625).
  • JAPAN.
  • JAY, KARLA (1946–).
  • JEAN, LORRI L. (1957–).
  • JEFFREYS, SHEILA (1948–).
  • JENNINGS, DALE (1917–2000).
  • JIMÉNEZ, PATRIA (1957–).
  • JOB DISCRIMINATION.
  • JOHNSTON, CRAIG (1951–).
  • JOHNSTON, JILL (1929–2010).
  • JONES, CLEVE (1954–).
  • JORDAN, JUNE (1931–2002).
  • K
  • KALININ, ROMAN (1966–).
  • KAMENY, FRANK (1925–2012).
  • KANTROWITZ, ARNOLD (ARNIE) (1940–).
  • KATO, DAVID (KISULE) (c. 1964–2011).
  • KATZ, JONATHAN NED (1938–).
  • KAVARS, LINDA BOYD (LK) (1941–).
  • KENNEDY, ELIZABETH LAPOVSKY (1939–).
  • KENRIC.
  • KERTBENY, KARL-MARIA (BORN KARL-MARIA BENKERT) (1824–1882).
  • KIGHT, MORRIS (1919–2003).
  • KIKI.
  • “KILL THE GAYS.”
  • KIM, RICHARD (19??–).
  • KING, BILLIE JEAN (1943–).
  • KINSEY, ALFRED (1894–1956).
  • KINSEY 6.
  • KLEPFISZ, IRENA (1941–).
  • KNIGHT INITIATIVE/CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 22.
  • KOHLER, BOB (1926–2007).
  • KOSKALAKA.
  • KOWALSKI, SHARON (1955–), AND KAREN THOMPSON (194?–).
  • KRAMER, LARRY (1935–).
  • KU KLUX KLAN (KKK).
  • KUDA, MARIE (1939–).
  • KUEHL, SHEILA JAMES (1941–).
  • L
  • LABOR ISSUES.
  • LABOUCHÈRE AMENDMENT.
  • LABRYS.
  • LADDER, THE.
  • LADIES OF LLANGOLLEN.
  • LAMBDA.
  • LAMBDA DELTA LAMBDA.
  • LAMBDA GROUPS ASSOCIATION OF POLAND.
  • LAMBDA LEGAL DEFENSE AND EDUCATION FUND (ORIGINALLY LAMBDA LEGAL DEFENSE FUND).
  • LAMBDA LITERARY AWARDS.
  • LAMBDA PRAHA (LAMBDA PRAGUE).
  • LANE, ALYCEE (1976–).
  • LANE, BETTYE (1930–2012).
  • LAPINSKY, SHEILA (1944–).
  • LATIN AMERICA.
  • LATINA LESBIANS.
  • LATINO/LATINA LESBIAN AND GAY ORGANIZATION (LLEGO).
  • LAURISTEN, JOHN (1939–).
  • LAVENDER HERRING.
  • LAVENDER MENACE.
  • LAVENDER UNIVERSITY.
  • LAVOIE RENÉ (1955–).
  • LAWRENCE V. TEXAS (539 U.S. 558 [2003]).
  • LEATHER DYKE/LEATHERMAN.
  • LEATHER MENACE.
  • LEGG, W. DORR (1904–1994).
  • LEISTCH, DICK (1935–).
  • LEMON, DENIS (1945–1994).
  • LESBEN UND SCHWULENVERBAND IN DEUTSCHLAND (LESBIAN AND GAY FEDERATION IN GERMANY) (LSVD).
  • LESBERADO.
  • LESBIAN.
  • LESBIAN AND GAY BABY BOOM.
  • LESBIAN AND GAY PRESS (MEDIA).
  • LESBIAN AND GAY PRESSES.
  • LESBIAN AVENGERS.
  • LESBIAN BAITING/GAY BAITING.
  • LESBIAN BATTERING/GAY BATTERING.
  • LESBIAN CHIC.
  • LESBIAN COMMUNITY.
  • LESBIAN CONTINUUM.
  • LESBIAN CULTURE.
  • LESBIAN ETHICS.
  • LESBIAN-FEMINISM.
  • LESBIAN-FEMINIST.
  • LESBIAN-FEMINIST LIBERATION.
  • LESBIAN GAY STRAIGHT ALLIANCE (LGSA).
  • LESBIAN HERSTORY ARCHIVES.
  • LESBIAN INVISIBILITY.
  • LESBIAN LAND.
  • LESBIAN LEGAL THEORY.
  • LESBIAN LIBERATION.
  • LESBIAN NATION.
  • LESBIAN PHILOSOPHY.
  • LESBIAN POLITICAL THEORY.
  • LESBIAN RESISTANCE.
  • LESBIAN SEPARATISM.
  • LESBIAN STUDIES.
  • LESBIAN THOUGHT POLICE.
  • LESBIANAS UNIDAS (UNITED LESBIANS).
  • LESBIANS OF COLOR.
  • LESBIPHOBIA.
  • LEŠNIK, BOGDAN (1952–).
  • LEVITICUS.
  • LGBTQ/LGBTQIA/LGBTQQIAA.
  • LI, ALAN (1960–).
  • LIBERAL FEMINISM.
  • LINDSTAD, GRO (1960–).
  • LIPSTICK LESBIAN.
  • LITERATURE.
  • LLANGOLLEN, LADIES OF.
  • LOG CABIN FEDERATION/LOG CABIN REPUBLICANS.
  • LOOKISM.
  • LORDE, AUDRE (1934–1992).
  • LOUGANIS, GREGORY E. (1960–).
  • LOULAN, JOANN GARDNER (19??–).
  • LOVE, BARBARA J. (1937–).
  • LUGONES, MARÍA (194?–).
  • LUNDEN, BLUE (1937–1999).
  • LYON, PHYLLIS (1924–).
  • M
  • MAGUIRE, ANN (1940–).
  • MALE PRIVILEGE/MALE DOMINANCE.
  • MALE TO FEMALE (MTF).
  • MANFORD, MORTY (1950–1992).
  • MAN-HATING.
  • MANNISH WOMAN.
  • MANUAL ENTERPRISES V. DAY, 370 US 478 (1962).
  • MAPPLETHORPE, ROBERT (1946–1989).
  • MARCH, ARTEMIS (MARGE HOFFMAN) (1941–).
  • MARCHES ON WASHINGTON.
  • MARTIN, DEL (1921–2008).
  • MARXIST-FEMINISM.
  • MASCARENHAS, JOÃO ANTÔNIO DE SOUZA (1927–1998).
  • MASON, ANGELA (1944–).
  • MATLOVICH, LEONARD (1943–1988).
  • MATRIARCHISTS.
  • MATRIARCHY.
  • MATTACHINE SOCIETY (MS)/MATTACHINE FOUNDATION.
  • MAZER, JUNE (1929–1987).
  • MCCARTHY ERA.
  • MCKELLEN, SIR IAN (1935–).
  • MCNEILL, JOHN J. (1926–).
  • MEAD, MARGARET (1901–1978).
  • MECCA, TOMMI AVICOLLI (195?–).
  • MEDIA.
  • MEDICAL MODEL OF HOMOSEXUALITY.
  • MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN (MSM).
  • METCALFE, ROBIN (1954–).
  • METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY CHURCH (MCC).
  • MEXICO.
  • MEXICO CITY CONFERENCE (1975)/UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON WOMEN.
  • MICHIGAN WOMYN'S MUSIC FESTIVAL.
  • MIDDLE EAST.
  • MIELI, MARIO (1952–1983).
  • MILITARY ANTIGAY POLICY.
  • MILK, HARVEY (1930–1978).
  • MILLER, ISABEL.
  • MILLER, MERLE (1919–1986).
  • MILLER, TIM (1958–).
  • MILLETT, KATE (1934–).
  • MISOGYNY.
  • MOLLY HOUSE.
  • MONETTE, PAUL (1945–1995).
  • MONOGAMY.
  • MORAGA, CHERRÍE (1952–).
  • MORAL MAJORITY.
  • MORAL PANIC.
  • MORGAN, ROBIN (1941–).
  • MOSSOP V. CANADA (1993).
  • MOTT, LUIZ (1946–).
  • MOZETIĈ, BRANE (1958–).
  • MUGUISHA, FRANK (1985–).
  • MUSIC, GAY AND LESBIAN.
  • N
  • NAIROBI CONFERENCE (1985)/UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON WOMEN.
  • NAMES PROJECT FOUNDATION.
  • NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE RESEARCH AND THERAPY OF HOMOSEXUALITY (NARTH).
  • NATIONAL BLACK JUSTICE COALITION (NBJC).
  • NATIONAL CENTER FOR LESBIAN RIGHTS (NCLR).
  • NATIONAL COALITION FOR GAY AND LESBIAN EQUALITY V. MINISTER OF JUSTICE (1998).
  • NATIONAL COALITION OF BLACK LESBIANS AND GAYS.
  • NATIONAL GAY AND LESBIAN JOURNALISTS ASSOCIATION (NGLJA).
  • NATIONAL GAY TASK FORCE (NGTF)/NATIONAL GAY AND LESBIAN TASK FORCE (NGLTF).
  • NATIONAL LESBIAN CONFERENCE.
  • NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN (NOW).
  • NATURE OR NURTURE.
  • NAVRATILOVA, MARTINA (1956–).
  • NAZI PERSECUTION.
  • NEAR, HOLLY (1949–).
  • NESTLE, JOAN (1940–).
  • NETHERLANDS.
  • NEW LEFT.
  • NEW ZEALAND.
  • NEWMAN, LESLEA (1955–).
  • NEWPORT (RHODE ISLAND) NAVAL SCANDAL.
  • NEWTON, ESTHER (1940–).
  • NGONGANG, JOËL GUSTAVE NANA (1982–).
  • NIEMIEC, SZYMON (1977–).
  • NKOLI, SIMON TSEKO (1957–1998).
  • NOBLE, ELAINE (1942–).
  • NORRIS, DAVID (1944–).
  • NORTH AMERICAN CONFERENCE OF HOMOPHILE ORGANIZATIONS (NACHO).
  • NORTH AMERICAN MAN/BOY LOVE ASSOCATION (NAMBLA).
  • NORTHROP, ANN (1948–).
  • NORWAY.
  • O
  • OLD LESBIANS ORGANIZING FOR CHANGE (OLOC).
  • OLIVIA RECORDS.
  • OMANN, SVEN (PSEUD. WANDA LISZT) (1950–).
  • ONE, INC./ ONE MAGAZINE.
  • ONE, INC. V. OLESEN (1958).
  • OPERATION RESCUE.
  • OPPRESSION(S).
  • ORAL HISTORY PROJECTS.
  • OREGON CITIZENS ALLIANCE (OCA).
  • OSBORN, TORIE (1950–).
  • OUT.
  • OUTING.
  • OUTRAGE!
  • OUTSERVE.
  • OWLES, JIM W. (1947–1993).
  • P
  • PACKING.
  • PACTE CIVIL DE SOLIDARITÉ (CIVIL SOLIDARITY PACT) (PAC).
  • PAGLIA, CAMILLE (1947–).
  • PALIMONY.
  • PANCAKE.
  • PANT, SUNIL BABU (1972–).
  • PANZARINO, CONNIE (1947–2001).
  • PARAGRAPH 175 (1871).
  • PARENTS, FAMILIES, AND FRIENDS OF LESBIANS AND GAYS (PFLAG).
  • PARIS EXILES.
  • PARKER, PAT (1944–1989).
  • PARKHURST, CHARLIE (1812–1879).
  • PARMAR, PRATIBHA (1967–).
  • PARSI, ARSHAM (1980–).
  • PASSING.
  • PASTRE, GENEVIÈVE (1924–).
  • PATIENCE AND SARAH.
  • PATIENT ZERO (AKA GAËTAN DUGAS).
  • PATRIARCHY.
  • PATTON, CINDY (195?–).
  • PEDERASTY.
  • PEDOPHILIA.
  • PENELOPE, JULIA (NÉE STANLEY) (1941–2013).
  • PEPPER, JIM (c. 1944–).
  • PERFORMANCE ART.
  • PERFORMATIVITY.
  • PERRY, REV. TROY (1940–).
  • PERRY V. SCHWARZENEGGER .
  • PERSON OF COLOR.
  • PÉTAIN–DE GAULLE LAW.
  • PHARR, SUZANNE (c. 1945–).
  • PHELAN, SHANE (c. 1960–).
  • PHELPS, JOHNNIE (1922–1997).
  • PHELPS, REV. FRED W. (1929–).
  • PHILIPPINES.
  • PHYSIQUE MAGAZINES.
  • PINK RIBBON.
  • PINK TRIANGLE.
  • POLICE ENTRAPMENT.
  • POLICE HARASSMENT.
  • POLITICAL DYKE.
  • POLITICAL LESBIAN.
  • PORNOGRAPHY.
  • PORTUGAL.
  • POSTCOLONIALISM.
  • POSTGAY.
  • POST-OP.
  • POWER DYKE/POWER GAY.
  • PRATT, MINNIE BRUCE (1946–).
  • “PRAY AWAY THE GAY.”
  • PREJUDICE.
  • PREOP.
  • PRIDE CELEBRATIONS.
  • PRIDE MARCH.
  • PRIMARY LESBIAN.
  • PRISONS.
  • PRIVACY, RIGHT TO.
  • PROPOSITION 8 (2008).
  • PROVINCETOWN/P-TOWN.
  • PUBLIC DISPLAY(S) OF AFFECTION (PDA).
  • PULP NOVELS.
  • Q
  • QUEER.
  • QUEER LEGAL THEORY.
  • QUEER NATION.
  • QUEER STUDIES.
  • QUEER THEORY.
  • QUEERS FOR ECONOMIC JUSTICE (Q4EJ).
  • R
  • RACAULT, FRANÇOISE LA (1756–1815).
  • RACISM.
  • RADICAL FAERIES.
  • RADICAL FEMINISM.
  • RADICAL FEMINISTS.
  • RADICALESBIANS.
  • RAINBOW CURRICULUM.
  • RAINBOW FLAG.
  • RAPE.
  • RED RIBBONS.
  • REDSTOCKINGS.
  • REDWING, DONNA (OLSON) (19??–).
  • REGINA V. BUTLER (1992).
  • REGISTERED PARTNERSHIP.
  • REIGER, MARILYN “BOOPSIE” (19??–).
  • RELIGION.
  • RELIGIOUS RIGHT (RR).
  • RENT PARTIES.
  • REPARATIVE THERAPY.
  • RESISTANCE.
  • REVOLUTION.
  • RICH, ADRIENNE (1929–2012).
  • RIGHT TO PRIVACY.
  • RIKSFÖRBUNDET FÖR HOMOSEXUELLAS, BISEXUELLAS, OCH TRANSPERSONERS RÄTTIGHETER (SWEDISH FEDERATION FOR LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, AND TRANSGENDER RIGHTS).
  • RIKSFÖRBUNDET FÖR SEXUELLT LIKABERÄATTIGANDE (SWEDISH FEDERATION FOR GAY AND LESBIAN RIGHTS) (RFSL).
  • RIOT GRRRL.
  • ROBERTS, SHELLY (1943–).
  • ROBINSON, MARTIN (MARTY) (1942–1992).
  • ROBINSON, SVEND (1952–).
  • RODRIGUEZ, EDGAR (1960–).
  • RODWELL, CRAIG (1940–1993).
  • ROMANTIC FRIENDSHIP.
  • ROMER, LUCIEN SOPHIE ALPERT MARIE VON (1873–1965).
  • ROMER V. EVANS (1996).
  • ROMO-CARMONA, MARIANA (1952–).
  • ROOSEVELT, ELEANOR (1884–1962).
  • ROTHENBERG, DAVID (1933–).
  • ROUTSONG, ALMA (PSEUD. ISABEL MILLER) (1924–1996).
  • ROWLAND, CHUCK (1917–1990).
  • RUBIN, GAYLE (c. 1940–).
  • RUBIN, MARC (1933–2007).
  • RULE, JANE (1931–2007).
  • RUSS, JOANNA (1937–2011).
  • RUSSIA.
  • RUSSIAN RIVER.
  • RUSSO, VITO (1946–1991).
  • RUSTIN, BAYARD (1912–1987).
  • S
  • SACRED BAND OF THEBES.
  • SADOMASOCHISM (S/M).
  • SAINT, ASSOTTO (1957–1994).
  • SALSA SOUL SISTERS.
  • SAME-SEX MARRIAGE.
  • SAMOIS.
  • SAMTÖKIN 78 (ORGANIZATION 78).
  • SANDERS, DOUGLAS ESMOND (1938–).
  • SAPPHIC/SAPPHISTRY.
  • SAPPHIRE (ROMONA LOFTON) (1950–).
  • SAPPHO (c. 620–560 BC).
  • SAPPHO AWARD OF DISTINCTION.
  • SAVAGE, DANIAL KEEGAN (DAN) (1964–).
  • SCHNEIDER, RICHARD (1951–).
  • SCHORER, JACOB ANTON (1866–1957).
  • SCHULMAN, SARAH (1958–).
  • SCHWULENVERBAND DER DDR (GAY UNION OF THE GDR) (SVD).
  • SCOTTISH MINORITIES GROUP (SMG).
  • “S.C.U.M. MANIFESTO.”
  • SECOND-PARENT ADOPTION/COADOPTION.
  • SECOND WAVE OF FEMINISM.
  • SEDGWICK, EVE KOSOFSKY (1950–2009).
  • SEGAL, MARK (194?–).
  • SEKSUAALINEN TASAVERTAISUUS (SEXUAL EQUALITY) (SETA).
  • SENECA FALLS.
  • SENIOR ACTION IN A GAY ENVIRONMENT (SAGE).
  • SEPARATISM.
  • SERGEANT.
  • SEX NEGATIVE.
  • SEX PANIC.
  • SEX POSITIVE/SEX-POSITIVE RADICAL.
  • SEX RADICALS.
  • SEX REASSIGNMENT.
  • SEX-ROLE STEREOTYPES.
  • SEX VARIANT.
  • SEX WARS.
  • SEX WORKERS.
  • SEXISM.
  • SEXOLOGY.
  • SEXUAL AUTONOMY.
  • SEXUAL CASTE SYSTEM.
  • SEXUAL HARASSMENT.
  • SEXUAL LAW REFORM SOCIETY.
  • SEXUAL LIBERATIONISTS.
  • SEXUAL LIBERTIES.
  • SEXUAL MCCARTHYISM.
  • SEXUAL MINORITIES ASSOCIATION.
  • SEXUAL OFFENCES ACT (1967).
  • SEXUAL OUTLAW.
  • SHELLEY, MARTHA (1943–).
  • SHEPARD, MATTHEW WAYNE (1976–1998).
  • SHILTS, RANDY (1951–1994).
  • SIGNIFICANT OTHER.
  • SIGNORILE, MICHELANGELO (1960–).
  • SILENCING.
  • SIMO, ANA (1946–).
  • SISTERHOOD.
  • SLAROSTA, SLAWEK (1965–).
  • SMASH.
  • SMITH, ANN (1944–).
  • SMITH, BARBARA (1946–).
  • SMITH, LILLIAN (1897–1966).
  • SNYDER V. PHELPS (2011).
  • SOCARIDES, RICHARD (1954–).
  • SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF GENDER.
  • SOCIAL CONSTRUCTIONISM.
  • SOCIAL JUSTICE.
  • SOCIETY FOR HUMAN RIGHTS (SHR).
  • SOCIETY FOR INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS (SIR).
  • SODOMITE.
  • SODOMY.
  • SODOMY STATUTES.
  • SOLANAS, VALERIE (1936–1988).
  • SOUTH AFRICA.
  • SOVIET UNION, FORMER.
  • SPADE, DEAN (1977–).
  • SPAHR, REV. JANE ADAMS (1946–).
  • SPAIN.
  • SPECIAL RIGHTS.
  • SPINSTER.
  • SPITZER, ROBERT (1939–).
  • SPORTS.
  • STEIN, GERTRUDE (1874–1946).
  • STEREOTYPES.
  • STIMPSON, CATHERINE R. (1936–).
  • STONE BUTCH.
  • STONEWALL/STONEWALL RIOTS.
  • STONEWALL GROUP.
  • STRAIGHT.
  • STRAIGHT GAY ACTIVISTS (SGA).
  • STREICHER, RIKKI (1926–1994).
  • STUD.
  • STUDENT HOMOPHILE LEAGUE (SHL).
  • STYLE WARS.
  • SUBCULTURE.
  • SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT.
  • SULLIVAN, ANDREW (1963–).
  • SWEDEN.
  • SYMBOLS.
  • SYMONDS, JOHN ADDINGTON (1840–1993).
  • SZIVARVANY (RAINBOW).
  • T
  • TAFEL, RICH (196?–).
  • TAKE BACK THE NIGHT.
  • TATCHELL, PETER (1952–).
  • TAYLOR, VALERIE (NÉE VELMA NACELLA YOUNG) (1913–1997).
  • TERRY HIGGINS TRUST.
  • THIRD SEX.
  • THIRD WAVE OF FEMINISM.
  • THOMAS, MARTHA CAREY (1857–1935).
  • THOMPSON, KAREN.
  • THORSELL, ERIC (1899–1980).
  • TOBIN, KAY (LAHUSEN) (1930–).
  • TOMBOY.
  • TOP.
  • TRANSGENDER.
  • TRANSSEXUAL (TS).
  • TRANSVESTITE (TV).
  • TRATNIK, SUZANA (1963–).
  • TREVOR PROJECT.
  • TRIBADISM.
  • TRUJILLO, CARLA (19??–).
  • TSUI, KITTY (KIT FAN TSUI) (1952–).
  • TURING, ALAN MATHISON (1912–1954).
  • TWO-SPIRITED.
  • TYRANNY OF STRUCTURELESSNESS.
  • U
  • UGANDA.
  • ULRICHS, KARL HEINRICH (1825–1895).
  • UNION OF LESBIANS AND HOMOSEXUALS.
  • UNITED LESBIANS OF AFRICAN HERITAGE (ULOAH).
  • UNITED NATIONS (UN).
  • UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON WOMEN (1970).
  • UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON WOMEN (1985).
  • UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON WOMEN (1995).
  • UNITED STATES.
  • UNITED STATES V. WINDSOR (2013).
  • V
  • VAID, URVASHI (1959–).
  • VANGUARD.
  • VANILLA SEX.
  • VETERANS BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION (VBA).
  • VICE VERSA.
  • VICINUS, MARTHA (1939–).
  • VIDAL, GORE (1925–2012).
  • VINCENZ, LILLI (1937–).
  • VIOLET OR LAVENDER.
  • VIVIEN, RENÉE (Pauline Tarn) (1877–1909).
  • VOELLER, BRUCE (1934–1994).
  • VON PRAUNHEIM, ROSA (NÉE HOLGER MISCHWITZKY) (1942–).
  • VULVA HANDS.
  • W
  • WADDELL, TOM (1937–1987).
  • WALD, LILLIAN (1867–1940).
  • WANDEL, RICH (1946–).
  • WARING, MARILYN (1952–).
  • WARNER, ARTHUR CYRUS (1918–2007).
  • WATSON, LEX (1943–).
  • WEITHEIMER, DAVID (196?–).
  • WESTBORO BAPTIST CHURCH (WBC).
  • WHITMAN, WALT (1819–1892).
  • WICKER RANDOLFE HAYDEN (RANDY) (NÉE CHARLES GERVIN HAYDEN JR.) (1938–).
  • WILDE, OSCAR (1854–1900).
  • WILLS, SUE (1944–).
  • WILLSON, MARY ANN (WILSON) (c. 1800–1850).
  • WINANT, FRAN (1943–).
  • WINDSOR V. UNITED STATES (2013).
  • WISSENSCHAFTLICH-HUMANITÄRES KOMITEE (SCIENTIFIC-HUMANITARIAN COMMITTEE) (WHK).
  • WITTIG, MONIQUE (1935–2003).
  • WITTMAN, CARL (1943–1986).
  • WOCKNER, REX (1957–).
  • WOJNAROWICZ, DAVID (1954–1992).
  • WOLFE, MAXINE (1931–).
  • WOLFENDEN REPORT/REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENTAL COMMITTEE ON HOMOSEXUAL OFFENCES AND PROSTITUTION.
  • WOLFF, CHARLOTTE (1897–1986).
  • WOLFSON, EVAN (1957–).
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