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Gay fight

From the Boy Scouts and the U.S. military to marriage and adoption, the gay civil rights movement has exploded on the national stage. Eric Marcus takes us back in time to the earliest days of that struggle in a newly revised and thoroughly updated edition of Making History, originally published in 1992. Using the heartfelt stories of more than sixty people, he carries us through a compelling five-decade battle that has changed the fabric of American society.

The rich tapestry that emerges from Making Gay History includes the inspiring voices of teenagers and grandparents, journalists and housewives, from the little-known Dr. Evelyn Hooker and Morty Manford to former vice president Al Gore, Ellen DeGeneres, and Abigail Van Buren. Together, these many stories bear witness to a time of astonishing change, as queer people have struggled against prejudice and fought for equal rights under the law.

11| big gay fight

Ertesi sabah feci bir baş ağrısıyla uyandım. Eh, zaten dün geceden hatırladığım en son şey de deli gibi içmiş olmamdı. Bu noktada özellikle içme alışkanlığı olmayan bir insan olduğumu belirtmeliyim.

Başımı ovuşturdum. Fakat bir gariplik vardı sanki. Baş ağrım dışında bir şbear-magazine.com neydi? Tavan her sabah gözlerimi açtığım tavandı. Hah, altımda yastık varmış gibi yüksekteydim sanki? Birden yüzüme birinin sıcak nefesi değdi. HAYIR.  Kendime lanet okuyarak üzerinde yatmakta olduğum kişiye baktım.

Ne zaman bu pozisyona gelmiştik biz? Ya da ne haltlar yemiştim gece? Giyiniktim. O da öyleydi. En korkutucu şık eleniyordu bu sayede. Fakat ikinci şık daha az korkutucu değildi işin açığı… Hâlâ onu öpüp ondan hoşlandığımı söylemiş olabilirdim. Bunun verdiği korkuyla zaten gerilmişken birden gözlerini açınca irkilip kendimi yere atmıştım. Acıyan kafamı tutarak doğruldum.

„G-gitmeliyim!“  Bir yüzleşmeye hazır değildim. Yalnız kalıp bir açıklama düşünmeliydim. Üstelik başım hâlâ çok ağrıyordu.

„Dur Jiwoo!“  Öyle bir bağırmıştı ki olduğum yere çakılıp kalmıştım. Yutkunup döndüm ona. „Sence de dün geceyi açıklaman gerekmiyor mu?“   Ah ben de bir hatırlasam ne yaptığımı! Korkuyla kafamı kaldırıp yüzüne baktım. Gülümsüyordu. Ama neden?

„H-hatırlamıyoru- Bir saniye!“  Bazı şeyler yavaş yavaş gözümün önüne geliyordu.

Panikle ellerimi birbirine kavuşturdum. „Özür dilerim. Bir hataydı. Unut gitsin.“

„Unutamam Jiwoo. Beni öptün ve ağlıyordun. Ayrıca benden nefret ettiğini söyledin. Neden?“  Sooyoung ısrarcı bir şekilde bana yaklaşıp kolumu tuttu.  Bilmek istiyorsa söyleyecektim. Bu tuhaf şey sona ermeliydi artık.

„Dün gay bara gittim ve seni gördüm…o kızla öpüşürken. Bana yalan söyledin…“   Başımı yere eğip söyledim. Artık yolun sonuna gelmiştim sanırım. Ondan hoşlandığımı öğrenmişti. Az sonra hiç de kalbimdeki acıyı geçirmeyecek teselliler başlayacaktı. Bana beni bir arkadaştan öte görmediğini söyleyecekti ve-

„Ha yani şimdi de benim eşcinsel olup olmadığıma emin olmak için bu yolu mu seçtin? Neden bu kadar homofobiksin Jiwoo?“    Söylediği şeyle şaşkınca kaldırdım kafamı.

„İşte bu homofobikliğin yüzünden sana eşcinsel olduğumu söyleyemedim. Seni kaybetmemek için… Düzeldin sanmıştım ama yanılmışım Jiwoo. Bunun için benden nefret etmene bakılırsa… Oysa ben sanmıştım ki…“   Devamını getirmedi.

„Ben homofobik falan değilim. Bana yalan söyledin sen… Ve biliyor musun ben aslında…“   Ben de bunun devamını getirmedim. „Boş ver. Böyle bir suçlama yaparak beni dün gördüğüm manzaradan bile daha çok kırdın. Görüşürüz.“    

Banyoya girip kapıyı kilitledim. Bu sırada onun da birtakım şeyler bağırarak odadan çıktığını duydum.

Horrifying video shows two gay men brawling with attacker in waffle house

An undated video uploaded to YouTube on December 9 shows a terrifying attack on a young apparently gay man in a Waffle House restaurant. Another young man, who also appears to be gay, tries to intervene in the fight and it quickly turns into a brawl.

The video depicts the first two men arguing at the counter when the gay man is called a “Sissy boy” and gets sucker punched. The attacker continues his assault as the gay youth stumbles backwards in the restaurant and patrons flee and scream.

The third youth springs into action shortly after, bashing the attacker over the back with a chair and trying to pull him off the other youth. The three wrestle back and forth as patrons and staff beg them to break it up.

Details remain scarce on the location of the restaurant or if the attacked youths are okay. The story was first reported by a British LGBT blog that uploaded an edited version of the original footage to their own YouTube channel with advertising.

Watch the original unedited version of the video below. If you have any details on the attack, please contact the authorities.

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Fighting proud: the untold story of the gay men who served in two world wars

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In this astonishing new history of wartime Britain, historian Stephen Bourne unearths the fascinating stories of the gay men who served in the armed forces and at home, and brings to light the great unheralded contribution they made to the war effort. Fighting Proud weaves together the remarkable lives of these men, from RAF hero Ian Gleed – a Flying Ace twice honoured for bravery by King George VI – to the infantry officers serving in the trenches on the Western Front in WWI – many of whom led the charges into machine-gun fire only to find themselves court-martialled after the war for indecent behaviour. Behind the lines, Alan Turing’s work on breaking the ‚enigma machine‘ and subsequent persecution contrasts with the many stories of love and courage in Blitzed-out London, with new wartime diaries and letters unearthed for the first time. Bourne tells the bitterly sad story of Ivor Novello, who wrote the WWI anthem ‚Keep the Home Fires Burning‘, and the crucial work of Noel Coward – who was hated by Hitler for his work entertaining the troops. Fighting Proud also includes a wealth of long-suppressed wartime photography subsequently ignored by mainstream bear-magazine.com book is a monument to the bravery, sacrifice and honour shown by a persecuted minority, who contributed during Britain’s hour of need.

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From the Boy Scouts and the U.S. military to marriage and adoption, the gay civil rights movement has exploded on the national bear-magazine.com Marcus takes us back in time to the earliest days of that struggle in a newly revised and thoroughly updated edition of Making History, originally published in bear-magazine.com the heart-felt stories of more than 60 people, he carries us through the compelling five-decade battle that has changed the fabric of American society.

The rich tapestry that emerges from Making Gay History includes the inspiring voices of teenagers and grandparents, journalists and housewives, from the little known Dr. Evelyn Hooker and Morty Manford to former Vice President Al Gore, Ellen DeGeneres, and Abigail Van Buren. Together, these many stories bear witness to a time of astonishing change as gay and lesbian people have struggled against prejudice and fought for equal rights under the law.

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From the Boy Scouts and the U.S. military to marriage and adoption, the gay civil rights movement has exploded on the national bear-magazine.com Marcus takes us back in time to the earliest days of that struggle in a newly revised and thoroughly updated edition of Making History, originally published in bear-magazine.com the heart-felt stories of more than 60 people, he carries us through the compelling five-decade battle that has changed the fabric of American society.

The rich tapestry that emerges from Making Gay History includes the inspiring voices of teenagers and grandparents, journalists and housewives, from the little known Dr. Evelyn Hooker and Morty Manford to former Vice President Al Gore, Ellen DeGeneres, and Abigail Van Buren. Together, these many stories bear witness to a time of astonishing change as gay and lesbian people have struggled against prejudice and fought for equal rights under the law.

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In this astonishing new history of wartime Britain, historian Stephen Bourne unearths the fascinating stories of the gay men who served in the armed forces and at home, and brings to light the great unheralded contribution they made to the war effort. Fighting Proud weaves together the remarkable lives of these men, from RAF hero Ian Gleed – a Flying Ace twice honoured for bravery by King George VI – to the infantry officers serving in the trenches on the Western Front in WWI – many of whom led the charges into machine-gun fire only to find themselves court-martialled after the war for indecent behaviour. Behind the lines, Alan Turing’s work on breaking the ‚enigma machine‘ and subsequent persecution contrasts with the many stories of love and courage in Blitzed-out London, with new wartime diaries and letters unearthed for the first time. Bourne tells the bitterly sad story of Ivor Novello, who wrote the WWI anthem ‚Keep the Home Fires Burning‘, and the crucial work of Noel Coward – who was hated by Hitler for his work entertaining the troops. Fighting Proud also includes a wealth of long-suppressed wartime photography subsequently ignored by mainstream bear-magazine.com book is a monument to the bravery, sacrifice and honour shown by a persecuted minority, who contributed during Britain’s hour of need.

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„To summarise, this is an excellent book that captures the untold lives of gay personnel throughout the world wars…I hope that this title encourages readers to share LGBT stories within their own family histories.“

“ pulls together previously published vignettes into a highly readable volume, and is well placed to bring the story of gay service-men to a wider public audience.“

„Bourne’s valuable and easy-to-read book is not quite a collection of ‚untold‘ stories, as in the sub-title. Rather it gathers under-told stories, and those not previously collected together to give a coherent collective account of GBTQI men in wars.“

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„The breadth of the stories Bourne recounts points to a diversity of experiences that often went undiscussed both then and later because of the social stigma about homosexuality, fear of prosecution, or a belief that it was a product of the circumstances of war. Together, these collective biographies hint at a larger and still unrecounted history of homosexuality that threatens to be lost, though Bourne’s research points the way to how this part of the past can be rescued from oblivion. For libraries with a focus on 20th-century British history, modern military history, and LGBT studies. Recommended. All public and academic levels/libraries.“

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In this astonishing new history of wartime Britain, historian Stephen Bourne unearths the fascinating stories of the gay men who served in the armed forces and at home, and brings to light the great unheralded contribution they made to the war effort. Fighting Proud weaves together the remarkable lives of these men, from RAF hero Ian Gleed – a Flying Ace twice honoured for bravery by King George VI – to the infantry officers serving in the trenches on the Western Front in WWI – many of whom led the charges into machine-gun fire only to find themselves court-martialled after the war for indecent behaviour. Behind the lines, Alan Turing’s work on breaking the `enigma machine‘ and subsequent persecution contrasts with the many stories of love and courage in Blitzed-out London, with new wartime diaries and letters unearthed for the first time. Bourne tells the bitterly sad story of Ivor Novello, who wrote the WWI anthem `Keep the Home Fires Burning‘, and the crucial work of Noel Coward – who was hated by Hitler for his work entertaining the troops. Fighting Proud also includes a wealth of long-suppressed wartime photography subsequently ignored by mainstream historians. This book is a monument to the bravery, sacrifice and honour shown by a persecuted minority, who contributed during Britain’s hour of need.

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In this astonishing new history of wartime Britain, historian Stephen Bourne unearths the fascinating stories of the gay men who served in the armed forces and at home, and brings to light the great unheralded contribution they made to the war effort. Fighting Proud weaves together the remarkable lives of these men, from RAF hero Ian Gleed – a Flying Ace twice honoured for bravery by King George VI – to the infantry officers serving in the trenches on the Western Front in WWI – many of whom led the charges into machine-gun fire only to find themselves court-martialled after the war for indecent behaviour. Behind the lines, Alan Turing’s work on breaking the `enigma machine‘ and subsequent persecution contrasts with the many stories of love and courage in Blitzed-out London, with new wartime diaries and letters unearthed for the first time. Bourne tells the bitterly sad story of Ivor Novello, who wrote the WWI anthem `Keep the Home Fires Burning‘, and the crucial work of Noel Coward – who was hated by Hitler for his work entertaining the troops. Fighting Proud also includes a wealth of long-suppressed wartime photography subsequently ignored by mainstream historians. This book is a monument to the bravery, sacrifice and honour shown by a persecuted minority, who contributed during Britain’s hour of need.

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