On Norms and Nature TO THE EDITOR: (reprinted with permission from the UR CAMPUS TIMES) What happened in the MDC lounge Saturday, December 5th? I was there; let me tell you a little about it. There were male homosexuals, female
Don't miss this excellent article about how Larry Fine, Karen Hagberg, Patti Evans, and a few others started the Gay Liberation Front at the University of Rochester. The Gay Liberation Front eventually became the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley.
The Gay Liberation Front Interviewed: Patti Evans and Whitey LeBlanc
by Evelyn Bailey From the very beginning of time, women have been viewed as the “weaker” sex. However, when you look at the women who wrote our history with their lives, they can hardly be identified as “weak”! The women
By Evelyn Bailey The Empty Closet 40th Anniversary Celebration is scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 27, in the Tea Room, fourth floor, Auditorium Center, 875 E. Main St. This year the Empty Closet turns 40 – a milestone in anyone’s life,
By Evelyn Bailey Bob Osborne, Larry Fine, R.J. Alcala, Patti Evans, Karen Hagberg, Marshall Goldman. Who would you say these people are? These men and women were the Shoulders on which the University of Rochester’s Gay Liberation Front was founded.
by Evelyn Bailey In previous issues we looked at WHAT the Gay Liberation Front at the University of Rochester was. We looked at WHO the driving force behind the organization was. In this issue we want to look at WHAT
by Evelyn Bailey In last month’s Shoulders To Stand On article we looked at HOW and WHAT the Gay Liberation Front was. This month we will look at who the people involved in the Gay Liberation Front (GLF) were. We
by Evelyn Bailey During 1971 – 1972 there were several Rochester women who made history by speaking openly about their sexual orientation. This was during a time when the American Psychiatric Association identified homosexuality as a diagnosable mental disorder in