Stonewall: The Riots That Sparked the Gay Revolution
St. Martin's Publishing Group, 25 mai 2010 - 352 pagini
The basis of the PBS American Experience documentary Stonewall Uprising.
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Ernie had made his fortune in traditional Mafia operations such as the carting business and felt that running a “fag bar” was for people on the lower echelons of the Mafia hierarchy. The father had high ambitions for Tony and sent him ...
Suddenly Doric felt a sharp pain in his back. The blow was accompanied by a command: “Move on, faggots! Move on!” Doric didn't bother to argue with the police officer. He just moved on. One reason Edgar Allan Poe went to the Northern ...
Craig felt the bottom fall out of his life. Not long afterward he heard that all queers lived in Greenwich Village. He immediately decided to move there as soon as possible, which meant after graduating from high school.
He knew that his longings were dangerous and was careful not to act on them, believing that if other boys found out how he felt he'd be beaten up or killed. When he tried to read about homosexuality in the school library, he found only ...
Arriving at Pennsylvania Station in early 1959, Leitsch was greeted by Derrick. They got into a taxi and, as the cab passed through Times Square, Dick saw the crossroads of the world and felt intensely happy. It looked just as Greenwich ...
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LibraryThing ReviewComentariu Utilizator - wellreadcatlady - LibraryThing
David Carter's give a detail account of the environment gays were living in the 1960s, the Stonewall riots, and the lasting effect of the riots and the beginning of gay liberation. When I say detailed ... Citiți recenzia completă
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Carter wrote a history of queer people's 6 day struggle with the police for control of the gay ghetto in New York in 1969. A dense history, heavy with details and anecdotes gleaned from the author's ... Citiți recenzia completă