If white gay men want to be anti-racist, they need to dismantle diet culture.

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Pride should be “come as you are” — not only if you meet certain standards of acceptability.

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Talk Queerly: an occasional column on LGBTQ culture & politics

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I’m issuing a challenge to gay men in 2020: stop posting pictures of your body online.


Talk Queerly: an occasional column on LGBTQ culture & politics

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Talk Queerly: an occasional column on LGBTQ culture & politics

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Talk Queerly: a bi-weekly column on LGBTQ culture & politics

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Gay organizing in Buffalo, New York shows Stonewall was not the sole genesis of gay liberation.

Don Licht (left) and Donn Holley at the MSNF “Meeting of the Mayors Protest” (1972). Photo courtesy of the Dr. Madeline Davis LGBTQ Archive of Western New York, Archives & Special Collections Department, E. H. Butler Library, SUNY Buffalo State.


Talk Queerly: a bi-weekly column on LGBTQ culture & politics

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Talk Queerly: a bi-weekly column on LGBTQ culture & politics

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Talk Queerly: a bi-weekly column on LGBTQ culture & politics

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Jeffry J. Iovannone

Historian, writer, and educator with a PhD in American Studies. I specialize in gender and LGBTQ history of the U.S. Email: jeffry.iovannone@gmail.com

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