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Michael Bronski is Professor of the Practice in Media and Activism in Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality at Harvard. He is the author of A Queer History of the United States and is currently writing a version of that book for young adults.
The HIV/AIDS and COVID-19 pandemics are very different, but both reveal that the United States has never understood the connection between community and personal well-being.
Seventies activists wanted to emancipate kids and destroy the nuclear family—so how did we end up with gay marriage instead?
The death of Charley Shively marks the end of an era, but his revolutionary ideas for a just society resonate now more than ever.
Radical gay liberation laid the ground for the moderate legal gains of gay rights.
Suddenly conservatives want us to believe they care about homophobia.
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