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An Art Gallery on Christopher Street Looks Back

Julia Dunn | The Chair and the Maiden Art Gallery, near the Stonewall Inn, portrays Suzanne Poli's work from the Stonewall Riots 40 years ago to today's pride parades and held a reception for the artist on Thursday June 25 while displaying the images the week leading up to the 40th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. more...  0 Comments

A Community Reflects on Stonewall

Julia Dunn | Richard Wandel, archivist from the LGBT community center in New York City gives a detailed account of Stonewall and the 40 years of the gay rights movement that followed and ignited from the riots. more...  0 Comments

A Permit-Less Parade For More Than 51

Julia Dunn | The Radical Homosexual Agenda hosted its third parade without a permit to protest the parade permit law passed in New York City, that was deemed unconstitutional by a criminal court judge, but prevents groups of 50 or more from marching together without a permit from the New York Police Department.

Photos by Andrew Hinderaker || Report by Radical Homosexual Agenda more...  1 Comments

Outrage at NYPD homophobia-driven Violence in Crown Heights

Jessica Aguirre | As New York prepares for LGBTQ pride celebrations, a new case of homophobia-driven police brutality has sobered the city. more...  3 Comments

Greenwich Village Rally Denounces Targeting Of Middle-Aged Gay Men in Porn Shops

Dana Farrington | A procession of speakers at a Feb. 21 rally in Greenwich Village demanded an end to undercover police stings that target middle-aged gay men who frequent porn shops. About 150 people attended the rally, which was held in Christopher Park across from the Stonewall Inn, site of a 1969 police raid and subsequent riots that marked the birth of the modern gay rights movement. more...  6 Comments

Editorial Cartoon: Never Mind the 'Big Tent'...

Mike Flugennock | At least up until the last "election" or two, you used to hear a lot – especially from the Donkeycrats – about the proverbial "Big Tent", ostensibly used to symbolize the Party's acceptance of diverse constituencies, but was actually just a cheesy way for your Party to pander to segments of the voting population it normally wouldn't give the time of day to.

Once again though, huge props to the Obama Mob for taking this concept a bold step further... more...  4 Comments

Sin tí no soy nada. Carta de las Visitadoras de Vargas Llosa a Barack Obama

Carlos Ortiz de Zárate | Señor Obama; en esta carta nos proponemos felicitar a los estrategas de la comunicación del proceso de cimentación de su proyecto de gobierno para la próxima presidencia USA. Queremos trasmitir, asimismo, nuestra inquietud por algunos síntomas que nos evocan rituales sacrificales reiterados en la mediatización del poder, como es el caso de la encarnación del representante del poder en el Redentor del caos del planeta y en el “yo o el caos”. more...  0 Comments

Massive Movement Erupts to Overturn Proposition 8

Adam Richmond for Workers Action | March on Sacramento! Demand that Marriage Licenses Continue to Be Issued in All Counties in California! Demand the Immediate Overturn of Prop. 8! more...  1 Comments

Revolt of the Gang of 3/Gays Protest Mormon Antimarriage Bias

Out-FM | Out-FM radio producer John Riley covers the surging LGBT movement spawned by the defeat of same-sex marriage in California, including protests against the Mormon Church’s funding of California’s anti–same-sex marriage constitutional amendment. Out-FM producer Chris Thomas’s examination of the politics behind the threatened revolt of the “Gang of 3” Democrats in the New York State Senate. more...  0 Comments


Alex Kane | Riding on the wave of energy that followed Barack Obama’s election and the spirited protests that followed the passage of Proposition 8 in California, thousands of gay rights supporters rallied outside of City Hall Saturday afternoon in Manhattan to protest the passage of anti-gay ballot measures. more...  0 Comments


Act against Capitalist Bailout! | Fight for equality and against discrimination should come out this Saturday in Los Angeles to protest the passage of California' Proposition 8.

This Saturday, November 15 10:30 AM, BE THERE and 
Gather at Los Angeles City Hall, down town Los Angeles 90029

The AJLPP-USA is deeply angered by the well-funded right-wing campaign of bigotry that is trying to push millions of LGBT people back into the closet. What the right cannot win in a fair elections are being done by deceit and manipulations through vaguely worded propositions like PROP 8!

AJLPP expresses militant solidarity with those who came out in a massive mass action last night in Los Angeles and in San Francisco and everywhere against Prop 8. We promise more mass action and other means to fight these wrong and unjust measures.

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10,000 people protest against Prop 8 and the Mormon Church

Alex Nathanson | 10,000 protest Prop 8 more...  16 Comments

Obama supporters: 11/15 SAT: Protest Prop. 8 - NYC City Hall

forwarded by Skinny John | Obama supporters are especially encouraged to participate. Your incoming president has publicly stated his opposition to gay marriage. We ALL must make sure he does what YOU elected him to do! more...  22 Comments

More than 20,000 Responds to Emergency Protest at Historic Sunset Junction

AJLPP | More than 20,000 protestors converged about 6 p.m. last Nov. 8 at Sunset and Santa Monica boulevards in Silver Lake near the site of the former Black Cat bar, which the city recently designated a historic-cultural monument for its '60s role as home of the local gay rights movement.

Thousands of people over the past few days have come out in the streets of Los Angeles and other cities to protest the passage of Prop. 8 This is the militant response to the well-funded right-wing campaign of bigotry trying to push millions of LGBT people back into the closet

The march's organizers, the L.A. Coalition for Equal Marriage Rights and the Answer Coalition closed Sunset between Fountain and Sanborn avenues for about two hours as marchers moved west on Santa Monica, north on Vermont Avenue, then east on Hollywood Boulevard back to Silver Lake. Later a smaller group headed toward Hollywood.

The Silver Lake rally began with fiery speeches from the bed of the ANSWER-LA truck. AJLPP ,Pro people Youth(KmB(, Pesante-USA and JFAV activist were at the rally and march flying the Filipino flag..

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