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

This month marks the anniversary of the Nazis’ Reichstag Fire Decree, a tactic that allowed them to kidnap, torture and murder queer people.

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These 3 Cities Are on the Shortlist for Hosting the 2026 Gay Games XII

This weekend the Federation of Gay Games General Assembly took place to reduce the host city candidates for the 2026 Gay Games XII from eight cities to three. Initially 20 cities had made bids to host. Federation Of Gay Games Announces 2026 Gay Games XII Shortlist Bid Cities. Congratulations to[…]

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