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`In 1967, Jean Genet’s “Un Chant D’Amour” Was Taboo Everywhere But...

This essay is part of a series on Queer underground cinema in the '60s.

Jacob Dekema, Who Designed California’s Freeways, Dies at 101

They called him the King of the Freeway

L.A.’s First Pride Parade, a Celebration Born From Strife

The Christopher Street West Parade, as it was initially named, had a rocky start.

Vice Versa: America’s First Lesbian Magazine, Made in Los Angeles

Before After Ellen, there was Vice Versa

Getting Down in Griffith Park: A History

The Griffith Park Gay-In was a long time coming

Want to Be An HIV Advocate? There’s a Cookbook for That

It's a recipe for global change

“Queers” Will Tell a Gay History of Britain

With Sherlock's Mark Gatiss at the forefront

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