Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Write a customer review. Link to Publisher's Website. The complexities of culture, ethnicity and nationalism, and globalization are also considered. It seems like sections are continued on unexpected pages, kind of like reading a newspaper article continued on another page. Print edition purchase must be sold by Amazon.
I loved hearing about the lgbtq rights movement through the voices of so many varied people.
Before Stonewall: The Making of a Gay and Lesbian Community
The first thing that a reader will notice upon beginning the book is the writing style. To do that, we need your support. Chapter 5 explores negotiating gay and Muslim identities in relation to how Islam can be interpreted. 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. Reed Erickson was a trans man with a big checkbook, a pet leopard, big dreams for a better world for gay people and trans folks—and single-handedly financed ONE Incorporated and founded the first trans rights organization.
Chapter 8 concludes the book, offering several clear and important statements about the work and suggestions on where research could go next. On the electronic version, it was a little hard to follow that. For people who were so very alive during these interviews with Mr. Homosexual Life Under Nazi Rule: Skip to main content. And it is fun to see just how much all of these people had to say, much of which, for time and clarity, does not make it to the podcasts.