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A Brief History of Pride - pourquoi est-il toujours important

After the Stonewall riots in 1969, many LGBT people—even those that did not witness the rebellion—were inspired to contribute to the cause. Gay rights had entered the national spotlight. 474 more words

After 'Stonewall' and 'Freeheld,' It's Time for a Moratorium on "Inspiring" LGBT Movies

There’s that text that appears on the screen at the end of biopics and other films based on true stories, to tell you, selectively, what the characters you’ve been watching went on to do. 1,086 more words


Stonewall: Saturday Night’s All Right for Fighting

In my previous post, I discussed the first night of the 1969 Stonewall Riots and how they are depicted in Stonewall (2015, dir. Roland Emmerich). 2,118 more words


"STONEWALL" (12 min Sneak Peek)

New film from Darren Doane documenting the death of free speech

What’s Worse Than Reviews For Stonewall? Its Weekend Box Office Gross

It’s not a good time to be Roland Emmerich. Following controversy and threats of a boycott over the decision to focus on the plight of a fictional blond white protagonist as the hero of… 175 more words


Poetry Tuesday: To Those Who Came Before

Oops…one day late this week.

In reference to the recent Stonewall movie, which failed gloriously (and I do mean gloriously) I was reminded of this poem. 379 more words


Central Banks’ secrecy and silence on gold storage arrangements

From Bullionstar Blogs, by Ronan Manly, Sept 2015

Whereas some central banks have become more forthcoming on where they claim their official gold reserves are stored (see my recent blog post ‘ 830 more words