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Page and I were like matching bookends. We both had rebelous platinum blonde hair, slender figures, and were fond of black outfits & light foundation to contrast our heavyily winged eyes & painted lips. Difference was Page had a fashion model's…

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BEING TRANS IN THE 1980S - NIGHTLIFE, PART 1
I'll admit, nightlife in the 80s for a T girl was F-A-N-T-A-S-T-I-C. Gone was the strict binary sexuality of the disco era yet leftover was their repurposed venues. In Boston these became inhabited by…

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Where was this made or acquired?Javits Center, New York CityStoryMy friend Mark Aurigemma and I both worked at Gay Men's Health Crisis during the height of the AIDS epidemic. This picture was taken at a dance-a-thon fundraiser, where I apparently was…

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Seven actors from the Boston Playwrights Theatre sit on a house stoop, posing theatrically.

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Roger Curtis (Leonard), Kippy Goldfarb (Vita), and Mimi Huntington (Virginia) rehearse a scene from "Virginia", Edna O'Brien's haunting play about the life of Virginia Woolf, being presented at the Lyric Stage August 20-22 and 27029 at 8:00pm. …

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Six women with hand percussion on a stage with a sign over them which says "NIGHTSTAGE".

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The Mood Swings was an improvisational theater groups dealing with the issues of lesbians recovering from alcoholism. Karen, Liz, Cheryl Qamar, and Alice of the Mood Swings in various acting states.

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The Mood Swings was an improvisational theater groups dealing with the issues of lesbians recovering from alcoholism. Alice, Karen, Cheryl Qamar, and Liz of the Mood Swings, apparently acting out a scene.

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The Mood Swings was an improvisational theater groups dealing with the issues of lesbians recovering from alcoholism. Liz, Karen, Cheryl Qamar, and Alice of the Mood Swings, apparently acting out a scene.

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The Mood Swings was an improvisational theater groups dealing with the issues of lesbians recovering from alcoholism. Liz, Karen, Cheryl Qamar, and Alice of the Mood Swings, apparently acting out a scene.

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The Mood Swings was an improvisational theater groups dealing with the issues of lesbians recovering from alcoholism. Cheryl Qamar, Liz, and Alice of the Mood Swings, standing over Karen.

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The Mood Swings was an improvisational theater groups dealing with the issues of lesbians recovering from alcoholism. Alice, Blitzen, Karen, Cheryl Qamar, and Liz sitting on the steps of a house, posing for the photograph.

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The Mood Swings was an improvisational theater groups dealing with the issues of lesbians recovering from alcoholism. Here is the group posed on a stone wall. Left to Right: Liz, Cheryl, Alice, Karen, Blitzen (Director)

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Reverend Marge Ragona, Pastor of the Metropolitan Community Church in Providence, Rhode Island.

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Reverend Marge Ragona, Pastor of the Metropolitan Community Church in Providence, Rhode Island.

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Reverend Marge Ragona, Pastor of the Metropolitan Community Church in Providence, Rhode Island.

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An overhead view of a Massachusetts Teachers Association conference hall, with a panel of speakers on a stage in front beneath a banner reading: "MTA: helping teachers teach."

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Cambridge lawyer Katherine Triantafillou was presented with the Massachusetts Bar Association's prestigious Community Service Award at the Massachusetts Lesbian & Gay Bar Association Annual Meeting on May 1, 1992 at the Lafayette Hotel in Boston. …

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Tom Barstow, Co-Director of Gay Vote '80, addressing a large audience from a podium under a banner: "Lesbian and Gay Caucus".

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Two men and two women smile while standing in front of a vehicle parked at a CVS with the words "Mobile Mammographic Unit" painted on the side.

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Members of Mass Art Out under a canopy of balloons, shouting while police officers hold them back.

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12 women of the band Libana, Inc. pose outdoors in a garden with their various musical instruments.

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11 women of the band Libana, Inc. pose on some rocks while holding a variety of musical instruments

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Members of LESLA (Lesbianas Latinas) carry their banner down Charles Street during Gay Pride 1990.

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A large group marches down the street on a sunny day under banners and signs: "Lesbians Choosing Children Network" and "Foster Equality".

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Five women at the Sunday Lesbian Liberation Conference form a panel in front a banner which reads: "Restore Medicaid Funds for Abortion".

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A straight on view of the Sunday Morning Lesbian Liberation Panel, from the audience perspective.

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A woman speaks at a podium next to a row of panelists at the Sunday Morning Lesbian Liberation Panel.

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A woman speaks at a podium next to a row of panelists, including Libby Smith and June Chan, at the Sunday Morning Lesbian Liberation Panel, with audience members looking on.

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A group of women sitting in an auditorium. The women are wearing nametags for a conference sponsored by the group Lesbian Liberation.

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A group of women sit in an auditorium in front of a banner which reads: " Reproductive Rights National Network".

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A group of women sit in an auditorium, turned to listen to a audience member speaking. A banner on the back wall of the auditorium reads: " Reproductive Rights National Network".

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A man and a woman from LAGMA sitting at a table with books and papers on it.

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Left to Right: Diane Green, co-chair LAGMA; Ronnie Allen, LAGMA; Jeff McLaughlin, Globe Liaison to gay community; Rev. Bob Wheatly, UVA office of gay concerns; Bill Mulkern, co-chair LAGMA.

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Left to Right: Diane Green, co-chair LAGMA; Jeff McLaughlin, Globe Liaison to gay community; Bill Mulkern, co-chair LAGMA.

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Three members of the Lavender Resistance smile at each other.

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A group of smiling men and women march down the street under a banner reading: "Lavender Left, Lesbian and Gay Socialist."

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Left to Right: Tim Sweeney, Executive Director of Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund, Marion Barry, Mayor of Washington, D.C., and Meryl Friedman, Lambda board member, at Lambda's 7th annual award dinner October 18 at the Sheraton Centre, New…

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The Honorable Mary Morgan, the first openly lesbian judge in U.S. history, at Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund's 7th annual awards dinner October 18 at the Sheraton Center, New York City. Judge Morgan was honored for her dedication and…

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Ruth Herring, Deputy Director Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund.

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Sandra J. Lowe, Staff Attorney Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund.

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David Barr, AIDS Project Staff Attorney, Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund
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