Dolores Delargo Towers - Museum of Camp
CAMP: "A cornucopia of frivolity, incongruity, theatricality, and humour." "A deadly, winking, sniggering, snuggling, chromium-plated, scent-impregnated, luminous, quivering, giggling, fruit-flavored, mincing, ice-covered heap of mother love." "The lie that tells the truth." "Ostentatious, exaggerated, affected, theatrical; effeminate or homosexual; pertaining to or characteristic of homosexuals."
Felice Rahel Schragenheim was a Jewish resistance fighter during World War II. She is believed to have died during a march between concentration camps in 1945. She is memorialized at Belsen. Her life and relationship with Lilly Wust (pictured here) has been portrayed in book and film.
Why ParaNorman Featured the First Gay Character in an Animated FIlm
The right-wing said this animated story of a bullied kid, a pack of zombies, and an ancient curse was part of the secret gay agenda. So we asked the movie's creators what they have to say for themselves.
This New Zealand Politician Unleashes One Of The Funniest Gay Marriage Speeches On Record
Before a final vote that approved marriage equality in New Zealand, Maurice Williamson, a member of Parliament from Pakuranga, delivered this hilarious, heartfelt, and altogether brilliant speech defending his vote for the bill.
reviews_and_ramblings | Bob Paris, Rod Jackson & Brian LeFurgey
In 1989, Bob Paris, at the time a former Mr. Universe and Mr. America bodybuilder, married (in a Unitarian service) Rod Jackson, an amateur bodybuilder and Playgirl model. They even hyphenated their names. It was in 1989, when same-sex marriage was basically unheard of. Bob and Rod’s public announcement, their minor celebrity, and the fact that they were not stereotypically gay, all blended together to create a media frenzy. They even appeared on Oprah. They split in 1996.