GAY POWER Reprinted with permission from the Rochester DAILY PLANET, Dec. 21, 197X). Watch for its ‘Gay Scenes’ column. by Bob Osborn There is now a Rochester Gay Liberation Front, headquartered at the University of Rochester as an official student
Thoughts on Gay Liberation By Bob Osborn Taken from EC January, 1971 1 grew up in the “South”, and went to the deep south on civil rights projects. Ten years ago people were assuring me that the “Nigras” were happy
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 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 Over the next three months, Shoulders To Stand On will honor the Rochester Gay Liberation Front (hereafter referred to as the RGLF), forerunner to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley. Who or what – you might
by Evelyn Bailey Imagine a fall October day. The sun is shining, the trees glisten with color. You are standing outside of Todd Union on the University of Rochester campus in the quadrangle. You are listening to Bob Osborne and
The following news items were taken from the February and March 1971 editions of the Empty Closet. Gay People vs State AssemblyReported by Bob Osborne Three members of the Rochester gay community (Bob Osborne, R.J. Alcala, and Marshall Goldman) addressed