LGBT liberation and community: gay bars
This came to be known as the "Sip-In" and only succeeded at the third attempt [ clarification needed ] at Julius in Greenwich Village. Pastor Kevin Maly — then a student the University of Denver — recalls a community that was initially broken by coping mechanisms that undid the bonds they had spent years building.
The club also lacked a fire or emergency exit. The logo can be spotted the world over and has become synonymous with the fight for equal rights for LGBT people. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Within a few weeks after the Nazis took over government in , fourteen of the best known gay establishments were closed. A number of commentators have suggested that gay bars are facing decline in the contemporary age. We weren't going to be walking meekly in the night and letting them shove us around—it's like standing your ground for the first time and in a really strong way, and that's what caught the police by surprise.
Jack Nichols and Lige Clarke , in their column printed in Screw , declared that "massive crowds of angry protesters chased [the police] for blocks screaming, 'Catch them! Focus on gun control and mental healthcare. This item has been hidden.