Gay culture
LGBTQI culture is shared by lesbian, gay, bisexual, transexual or transgender, queer/questioning and intersex (LGBTQI) people and sometimes referred to as queer culture. The term gay culture may be us...
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Labrys
Labrys (Greek: λάβρυς, lábrys) is the term for a symmetric doubleheaded axe originally from Crete in Greece, one of the oldest symbols of Greek civilization; to the Romans, it was known as a bipennis....
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Black triangle (badge)
The black triangle was a badge used in Nazi concentration camps to mark prisoners as "asocial" or "arbeitsscheu" (work-shy). It was later adopted as a lesbian or feminist symbol of pride and solidarit...
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List of transgender-related topics
The term Transgender is multi-faceted and complex, especially where consensual and precise definitions have not yet been reached. While often the best way to find out how people identify themselves i...
Hijra (South Asia)
Hijra (for translations, see ) is a term used in South Asia – in particular, in India – to refer to an individual who is transsexual or transgender. In certain areas of India, transgender pe...
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Berdache
Two-spirit people (also two spirit or twospirit) is a modern umbrella term used by some indigenous North Americans to describe or label gender-variant individuals in their communities. Historically, n...
Two spirit
Two-spirit people (also two spirit or twospirit) is a modern umbrella term used by some indigenous North Americans to describe or label gender-variant individuals in their communities. Historically, n...
Circuit party
A circuit party is a large dance event. It extends through the night and into the following day, almost always with a number of affiliated events in the days leading up to and following the main event...
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Seduction (2004 play)
Seduction is a play by Jack Heifner. It is an all male, gay adaptation of La Ronde (or Reigen) by Arthur Schnitzler.The encounters closely follow those of Schnitzler's play, with the following sequen...
H. Lynn Womack
Dr. H. Lynn (Herman Lynn) Womack (1923–1985) was an American publisher, and the founder of Guild Press (Washington, D.C.), a publishing house that catered almost exclusively to a gay male audience and...
Gay men in American history
This article is about gay men in American history. For lesbians, please see History of lesbianism in the United States.
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Gamofites
Gamofites is an organization of Latter-day Saint gay fathers, but is not a religious organization. Because Mormonism contains many "ites" —Nephites, Lamanites, Jaredites, etc.— the group s...
White Party
The White Party is the name of a number of circuit parties held annually, catering to the LGBT communities. Its name comes from the requirement that party-goers dress in all or almost all white. Whit...
Oakland-East Bay Gay Men's Chorus
Oakland-East Bay Gay Men's Chorus (OEBGMC) is a 30 to 45 voice gay men's chorus and supporting non-profit organization based in Oakland, California. It was founded in 1999 by Dick Kramer (1927–2007), ...
Mikey Waters
Mikey "Mike" Waters (played by River Phoenix) is a fictional character in Gus Van Sant's My Own Private Idaho.He is a sensitive, homeless hustler who suffers from narcolepsy, directly foiling his best...
Charlie Prince
Charlie Prince is a fictional character in the Western short story "Three-Ten to Yuma" and its film adaptations. He serves as the right-hand man of the main antagonist, Ben Wade. He is portrayed by ac...
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Beefcake magazine
Beefcake magazines were magazines published in North America in the 1930s to 1960s that featured photographs of attractive, muscular young men in athletic poses. While their primary market was gay men...
Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles
The Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles (GMCLA) has been a notable part of the Southern California performing arts community. Formed July 12, 1979 as a volunteer effort of 99 gay men from all over the gre...
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Southern Decadence
Southern Decadence is an annual six-day event held in New Orleans, Louisiana by the gay and lesbian community during Labor Day Weekend, climaxing with a parade through the French Quarter on the Sunday...
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