Next weekend marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, when thousands of people poured into the streets of Greenwich Village in New York City to protest a police raid on a gay bar. State harassment of gay people had been commonplace for decades, but that night, the patrons at the Stonewall Inn had had enough—and finally decided to fight back.
Stonewall Wasn’t the Start of the Gay Rights Struggle
22nd Jun 2019
Review of The Journalist of Castro Street: The Life of Randy Shilts in the Washington Monthly.
9th Sep 2019
George Soros is rightly regarded as one of the most consequential advocates of freedom in Central and Eastern Europe. Years…
27th Aug 2019
The editor and publisher Michael Denneny was roughly thirteen when he first ogled the Spring 1957 cover of Physique Pictorial,…
6th Aug 2019