Boys will be.....
Boys will be.....
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get over it
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Ian Mckellen's words of wisdom :) #gandalf #ianmckellen #equality #love
Two thumbs up to this tee shirt!
Sir Ian Mckellen. Like a boss. I love this.
Sir Ian Mckellen wearing t-shirt that reads: "Some people are gay - Get over it."
Ian McKellen. Such a fantastic actor. I wish this t-shirt said "I'm Gandalf, Magneto and Dumbledore! Get over it!" I wish he was the replacement after Richard Harris' unfortunate death!
Ian McKellen - the funny wizard. Some PEOPLE are gay. Get over it. 15/03/2012
Remember what happens when Magneto get angry. When Gandalf gets angry. I love this man. A wonderful actor.
Gladys Bentley The famous bulldagger of the Harlem Renaissance, Ms. Bentley was a lively, piano-playing blues and jazz singer. Hailing from Trinidad, Bentley performed at speakeasies (including Clam House, the most notorious gay speakeasy) across the country, clad in her famous tuxedo and top hat, boasting her sexuality, raunchy lyrics, and play on gender identity. Bentley penned a memoir, If This Be Sin, joining the ranks of other queer black intellectuals and performers in Harlem, including..
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Singing the Lesbian Blues in 1920s Harlem Image: Gladys Bentley with bandleader Willie Bryant in 1936. With short cropped hair and a tuxedo, the lesser-known Gladys Bentley commandeered the crowd at Harlem’s Clam House in the 1920s, singing cabaret, tickling the piano keys, and flirting shamelessly with the women in the audience. The only one of these women to openly exploit her lesbian identity, she was known for taking popular songs and giving them lewd lyrics; and she asked the audience ...
American blues singer Gladys Bentley (1907 - 1960) poses with bandleader Willie Bryant (1908 - 1964) outside the Apollo Theater
Old Man Blues Musician | wear a collar and a tie, … Talk to the gals just like any old man ...
top hat and tutu party
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tutus and top hats .... party theme
Curious to know the event which requires this dress code
Legends in the game. from the set of Moulin Rouge (2001)
black tie - MIAMI style!
White men in top hats and tutus. (Wonderful vintage image! No info on event or photographer.)
How Much Courage Do You Think This Took? Jack Baker and James Michael McConnell apply for a marriage license in Minneapolis, Minnesota, 18 May 1970. Photo: Minnesota Historical Society.
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Bragging on Minneapolis: The top 10 ways the city made LGBT history - TheColu.mn
Gay couple apply to marry in 1970.
How Much Courage Do You Think This Took? Jack Baker and James Michael McConnell apply for a marriage license in Minneapolis, Minnesota, 18 May 1970. 1970, mind you. Photo: Minnesota Historical Society.
Same sex couples dancing at the infamous Eldorado gay and transvestite bar in 1920s Berlin.
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two lesbians from the 20s dancing
those were the days (by Jo Hedwig Teeuwisse) Weimar Germany, early 30’s (by the look of the dress styles)
Vesta Tilley, professional male impersonator.
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Victorian lady Vesta Tilley
Vesta Tilley, Victorian-era male impersonator, London, late 19th century
Vesta Tilley Toured Music Halls Looking Suave | The Sexiest Victorian Drag King
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Andy Warhol in drag self portrait 1981.
Andy Warhol Self-Portrait in Drag (Getty Museum)
Impersonator Harry Franklin circa 1920
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The Roaring 20s
Vintage Drag! Harry S Franklyn circa 1920.
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Vintage Drag Queen Harry S. Franklyn - 1920s
Drag Queen...Harry S. Franklyn, 1920s. Flapper dresses were a drag queens best friend!
Vintage male couple before Stonewall, Gay Pride and Marriage Equality. Gay folks have been out there the whole time.
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Two men vintage
Take a second look!!! Some Victorian "Tipping the Velvet. Google if you don't know what this means.
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androgyny. So, why is it called cross dressing when men dress as women... .huh
Victorian ladies in Top Hats and mens clothes
Axel Axgil and Eigil Axgil (24 April 1922 – 22 September 1995) were Danish gay activists and a longtime couple. They were the first gay couple to enter into a registered partnership anywhere in the world following Denmark's legalisation of same-sex partnership registration in 1989, a landmark legislation which they were instrumental in bringing about. They adopted the shared surname, Axgil, a combination of their given names, as an expression of their commitment. @.com
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Axel Axgil (3 April 1915 – 29 October 2011) and Eigil Axgil (24 April 1922 – 22 September 1995) were Danish gay activists & a longtime couple. They were the first gay couple to enter into a registered partnership anywhere in the world following Denmark's legalisation of same-sex partnership registration in 1989, a landmark legislation which they were instrumental in bringing about. They adopted the shared surname, Axgil, a combination of their given names, as an expression of their commitment.
Partners Task Force - Committed Couple: Axgil & Axgil
Ruth Ellis. She came out as a lesbian around 1915, and graduated from Springfield High School in 1919, at a time when fewer than seven percent of African Americans graduated from secondary school. In the 1920s, she met the only woman she ever lived with, Ceciline “Babe” Franklin. Their house was a central location for gay and lesbian parties, and also served as a refuge for African American gays and lesbians. Throughout her life, Ellis advocated for gays & lesbians, & for African Americans.
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Ruth Ellis, LGBT advocate and all-around amazing woman. Watch her story in this great doc from 1999.
Ruth Ellis' is an amazing advocate and people should learn more about her legacy. www.ruthelliscent...
Ruth Ellis. She came out as a lesbian around 1915, and graduated from Springfield High School in 1919, at a time when fewer than seven percent of African Americans graduated from secondary school. In the 1920s, she met the only woman she ever lived with, Ceciline “Babe” Franklin. Their house was a central location for gay and lesbian parties, and also served as a refuge for African American gays and lesbians. Throughout her life, Ellis advocated for gays & lesbians, & for African Americans
The Ruth Ellis Center honors the life and work of Ruth Ellis, and is one of only four agencies in the United States dedicated to homeless LGBT youth and young adults.
Living With Pride: Ruth Ellis @ 100 is a documentary about the life and times of Ruth Ellis. Born July 23, 1899, in Springfield, Illinois, she is the oldest "out" African American lesbian known. In addition to exploring her rich past, the film offers a rare opportunity to experience a century of our history as lived by one inspiring woman. Directed by Yvonne Welbon. 1999.
On Friday evening, June 27, 1969, the New York City tactical police force raided a popular Greenwich Village gay bar, the Stonewall Inn. Raids were not unusual in 1969; in fact, they were conducted regularly without much resistance. However, that night the street erupted into violent protest as the crowds in the bar fought back. The backlash and several nights of protest that followed have come to be known as the Stonewall Riots.
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From a '70s Gay Liberation Front Poster (Used on the jacket cover of: Duberman, Stonewall, 1993.)
Stonewall 25: Cases 1-2
This is the third installment in an ongoing series that explores drag culture and the nightlife scene in Brooklyn, N.Y - Untitled Queen
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LOOK: Legendary Children Photo Exhibition Showcases Drag Queens Of The South
Kryean Kally “I never kiss and tell, but I have been finding myself attracted to all of the personalities involved in Legendary Children. We are all very passionate about our art.”
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Kryean Kally so beautiful(( Legendary Children, Photo Exhibition, Showcases Southern Drag Queens
LOOK: Legendary Children Photo Exhibition Showcases Drag Queens Of The South
Kryean Kally “The young queer community in Atlanta seems to be on the brink of something beautiful.”
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Revealing Cover Up: The Censoring of the "Legendary Children" Exhibit
Lessons From: RuPaul
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What's more bad ass than a drag queen who encourages women to believe in their beauty and ability to shine? The original and undeniable RuPaul!
Mama Ru. Preach, girl. LOVE HER.
Just goes to show makeup can't cover up the crazy! Lol
Lessons From: RuPaul - Inspired by Charm
New York photographer Leland Bobbé captures the two sides of the city's drag queens -- the extravagantly made-up drag divas and the organic men that lie beneath.
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Leland Bobbé, Half-Drag series, art, photography, portraits. more pictures here: http://www.lelandbobbe.com/#/18/0
Amazing Photo Gallery of Men in Half-Drag by Leland Bobbé
#10 This Diva Devours His pink lips are so bold! The diva in him looks as if she's devouring his other half.
Half Drag Photo Project
Half drag makeup, love the concept
New York-based photographer Leland Bobbé has captured portraits of drag queens for his ongoing project ‘Half Drag… A Different Kind of Beauty.’
Frieda Belinfante, was a half-Jewish lesbian member of a gay resistance group called the CKC. She participated in the planning of the destruction of the Amsterdam Population Registry in March 1943, and was also active in falsifying identity cards and arranging hiding places for Jews and others sought by the Nazis. In December 1943, Belinfante escaped to Switzerland via Belgium and France. After the war, she returned briefly to Amsterdam and then emigrated to the United States.
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Gentleman hero: Frieda Belinfante, reportedly dressed in men’s clothing to evade Nazi informers, 1943. Frieda Belinfante was a half-Jewish lesbian member of a gay resistance group called the CKC. She participated in the planning of the destruction of the Amsterdam Population Registry in March 1943, and was also active in falsifying identity cards and arranging hiding places for Jews and others sought by the Nazis. In December 1943, Belinfante escaped to Switzerland via Belgium and F...
Transgender Day of Remembrance is tomorrow. It is a day to remember those who have been killed because of their transgender identity, often trans women of color. In 2010, it was observed in more than 185 cities in over 20 countries, and it has continued to grow. Please look for an event in your area if you are interested in participating. Many cities will hold a candlelight vigil, march, food drive, or other activity in remembrance of those we have lost.