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In 1933, Nazis Quickly Declared a ‘National Emergency’ Then Tortured and Murdered Queer People

This month marks 86 years since the Nazis’ tactic to allow the kidnapping, torture and murder of queer people

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History
The Nazi Attack on Queer People Began 87 Years Ago Today

87 years ago today, the Nazis burned down the Institute of Sex Research — in minutes, the world’s knowledge of sexuality was set back decades

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Culture
The Nazi Regime Set the Trans Rights Movement Back Decades. Here’s How.

One victim of the Nazi regime that you probably didn’t hear about in history class was the transgender healthcare movement

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History
The Amazing Story of Karl Heinrich Ulrichs and the Birth of Queer Activism

The modern struggle for queer liberation didn’t begin with Stonewall in the 1960s, but 150 years ago with Karl Heinrich Ulrichs

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