BCE to The Suffragettes
09-07-1885 – 09-28-1975 Olga Tsuberbiller – Born in Moscow, Russian Empire.
She was a Russian mathematician. Her textbook, Problems and Exercises in Analytic Geometry, has been used as a standard text for Russian high schools since its publication in 1927. She had a relationship with Russian poet Sophia Parnok and took care of her during her final illness. Tsuberbiller later had a relationship with opera singer, Concordia Antarova. From 1936 until 1965, she was the head of Higher Mathematics at the Moscow University. In 1955, Tsuberbiller was named as an Honored Scientist of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic. She died in 1975 and is buried in the Novodevichy Cemetery near Antarova.
Oscar Hammerstein announced a plan for five opera houses in New York.
09-07-1913 – 10-22-1997 Valerie Taylor – Born in Aurora, Illinois. She was
an American author of lesbian pulp fiction, as well as poetry and novels after the “golden age” of lesbian pulp fiction. She stated why she wrote in that genre: “I began writing gay novels around 1957. There was suddenly a plethora of them on sale in drugstores and bookstores…many written by men who had never knowingly spoken to a lesbian. Wish fulfillment stuff, pure erotic daydreaming. I wanted to make some money, of course, but I also thought that we should have some stories about real people.” In 1965 she met Pearl Hart,
along with Taylor, one of the founders of Mattachine Midwest (one of the earliest LGBT rights organization). They were together until 1975 when Hart died. Not being an immediate family member, Taylor was not allowed to visit Hart in the hospital as she was dying and missed being able to tell her goodbye. Taylor was prominent in activist causes from the 1950s through the 1980s, including LGBT rights, feminism, and elder rights. In 1992, she was inducted into the Chicago Gay and Lesbian Hall of Fame.
09-07-1926 – 06-06-2015 Ronnie Gilbert (b. Ruth Alice Gilbert) – Born in New York City, New York. She was an American folk singer, songwriter, actress,
and political activist. Gilbert was one of the original members of the music quartet the Weavers, with Pete Seeger, Lee Hays, and Fred Hellerman. The Weavers were an influential folk-singing group that was blacklisted in the early 1950s because of the group’s left-wing sympathies. The Weavers broke up in 1953 due to the blacklist. In 1984, Gilbert joined Holly Near, Arlo Guthrie, and Pete Seeger for the album HARP. She also wrote and appeared in a one-woman show about Mary Harris “Mother” Jones. In 2006, the Weavers received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Grammys. In 2004, Gilbert married her partner and manager of almost two decades, Donna Korones, when then-Mayor Gavin Newsom temporarily legalized gay marriage in San Francisco.
The Friends of Dorothy Era and The Hayes Code
1950s The Decade the public learned heterosexual women wanted sex
09-07-1956 Michael Jay Feinstein – Born in Columbus, Ohio. He is an American singer, pianist, and
music revivalist. In 1988 he won a Drama Desk Special Award for celebrating American musical theatre songs. A five-time Grammy-nominated recording artist, he currently is Artistic Director for The Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel, Indiana. Feinstein is the founder of The Great American Songbook Foundation. In 2010, PBS aired Michael Feinstein’s American Songbook, a three-part television documentary that depicts the history of the American popular song up to 1960. In October 2008, Feinstein married his longtime partner Terrence Flannery. The ceremony was performed by Judge Judith Sheindlin, better known as Judge Judy
The Civil Rights 60s: When the Boomers were under 30
1969 – Openly gay and HIV-positive Olympic champion ice-skater Val Joe “Rudy” Galindo (born September 7, 1969) is born. He) is an American figure skater who competed in both single skating and pair skating. As a single skater, he is the 1996 U.S. national champion, 1987 World Junior Champion, and 1996 World Bronze medalist. As a pairs skater, he competed with Kristi Yamaguchi and was the 1988 World Junior Champion and the 1989 and 1990 U.S. National Champion. In 1996 he came out as gay in Christine Brennan’s book Inside Edge: A Revealing Journey Into the Secret World of Figure Skating which was published shortly before he won his national title that year. He is the first openly gay skating champion in the U.S. His autobiography Icebreaker, co-written with Eric Marcus (born November 12, 1958), was published in 1997. In 2000, Galindo announced he was HIV positive.
Feminist, Gay Liberation and Lesbian Separatists: Civil Rights
Elton John appeared at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, introduced by “Deep Throat” star Linda Lovelace.
Elton John is awarded a Gold record for “Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me”.
ABBA were at No.1 on the UK singles chart with ‘Dancing Queen’, the group’s fourth UK No.1 single and their only US No.1 chart topper. The song was a No.1 hit in over a dozen countries and stayed at the top of the Swedish charts for 14 weeks.
The Genderfuck Apathetics vs Yuppies : Aids the new STD on the list
09-07-1980 Rikke Skov – Born in Viborg, Denmark. She is a Danish handball player and Olympic champion. She received a gold medal with the Danish national team at the 2004 Summer Olympic in Athens. In 2011 she was one of
the five handlers and the only woman who received The EHF (European Handball Federation) Award. She joined Viborg HK (Viborg handball team) in 1994. It was while playing for the local team that she met fellow handball Lotte Kiærskou. Skov said, they “never had any thought to keep their relationship secret.” They were in a registered partnership as allowed by Danish law but split up in 2011. Kiærskou, now retired, gave birth to the couple’s two daughters.
1981: Larry Kramer and two friends put up a banner at the Fire Island dock that says “Give to Gay Cancer”. They make only $124. They make only $124. s an American playwright, author, public health advocate, and LGBT rights activist. He began his career rewriting scripts while working for Columbia Pictures, which led him to London where he worked with United Artists. There he wrote the screenplay for the 1969 film Women in Love (1969) and earned an Academy Award nomination for his work. Kramer introduced a controversial and confrontational style in his novel Faggots (1978), which earned mixed reviews and emphatic denunciations from some in the gay community for Kramer’s one-sided portrayal of shallow, promiscuous gay relationships in the 1970s. Kramer witnessed the spread of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) among his friends in 1980. He co-founded the Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC), which has become the world’s largest private organization assisting people living with AIDS. Kramer grew frustrated with bureaucratic paralysis and the apathy of gay men to the AIDS crisis, and wished to engage in further action than the social services GMHC provided. He expressed his frustration by writing a play titled The Normal Heart, produced at The Public Theater in New York City in 1985. His political activism continued with the founding of the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP) in 1987, an influential direct action protest organization with the aim of gaining more public action to fight the AIDS crisis. ACT UP has been widely credited with changing public health policy and the perception of people living with AIDS (PWAs), and with raising awareness of HIV and AIDS-related diseases. Kramer has been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for his play The Destiny of Me (1992), and he is a two-time recipient of the Obie Award.
Madonna released her first career single “Holiday”.
David Bowie and Mick Jagger were at No.1 on the UK singes chart with their version of the Martha Reeves and The Vandellas 1964 hit ‘Dancing In The Street.’ The song had been recorded as part of the Live Aid charity appeal. The original plan was to perform a track together live, with Bowie performing at Wembley Stadium and Jagger at the JFK Stadium, until it was realised that the satellite link-up would cause a half-second delay that would make this impossible.
09-07-1987 Evan Rachel Wood – Born in Raleigh, North Carolina. She is an American actress and singer. She has been acting since the age of three. Wood
has had roles in both television and film. From 2009 to 2011 she played Queen Sophie-Anne on the television series True Blood. She also played Kate Winslet’s daughter in the HBO mini-series Mildred Pierce (2011) in which she was nominated for the Golden Globe and Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actress. She had been engaged to Marilyn Manson. In 2012, she married English actor, Jamie Bell, with whom they had a son. They separated in 2014. In August 2012, she identified herself as bisexual. Wood has a black belt in taekwondo, a Korean martial art. In 2012, she also stated. “I believe in God but I am not religious. I am spiritual. My definition of God isn’t in any religion. It’s very personal.”
09-07-1988 Paul Iacono – Born in Secaucus, New Jersey. He is an American actor best known for portraying RJ Bergen in the MTV scripted series The Hard Times of RJ Berger. At eight years old, Iacono was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. He soon began receiving chemotherapy treatments and has been in remission since he was eleven years old. Iacono is openly gay and a major LGBTQ activist, having come out in Michael Musto’s Village Voice Column in April 2012. He was named one of OUT Magazine’s 100 most influential gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender people for 2013.
90s: Slurs Reclaimed: Act Up! Lesbian Avengers and Queer Nation
Post 9/11 – The Shock Decade From “gay and lesbian” to “lesbigay” to “Lgbt/Lgbtq/Lgbtq2”
2001, Canada – The world’s first 24-hour LGBT TV network called PrideVision TV is launched in Canada. It is now called OutTV. Owned by Headline Media Group, it was Canada’s first 24-hour cable television channel targeted at LGBT audiences. It was also the second LGBT-focused channel to be established in the world, after the Gay Cable Network in the U.S., which shut down in 2001.
A new study revealed that rock stars were twice as likely to die early as the rest of us. Researchers said that the problem was so bad the industry should be labeled a ‘high risk’ profession.
A report showed that two-thirds of young people who regularly used MP3 players faced premature hearing damage. The Royal National Institute for Deaf People said its findings were alarming with research showing that 72 out of 110 MP3 users tested in the UK were listening to volumes above 85 decibels. Some MP3 players at full volume registered at 105 decibels, an aircraft taking off measured at 110 decibels.
Unnamed Common Oppressor VS: Heterosexual women VS Trans vs LGB/
Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody was voted the greatest ‘lighter in the air song of all time’ by lighter company Zippo. Led Zeppelin’s ‘Stairway To Heaven’, was voted in at No. 2 and Meat Loaf’s ‘I Would Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That)’ was at No. 3 in the survey.
2011: The United States Department of Health and Human Services issues a finalized guidance memorandum that creates an enforcement mechanism for the policy announced last year by the Obama administration mandating hospitals that receive Medicare and Medicaid funding allow patients to designate their choice of visitors during inpatient stays, including same-sex partners.
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LGBTQ2 Blogger Nina Notes:
To Each Decade it’s Age of Understanding, do not under consider differing geographies, nor the heterosexual clash of cultures – in particular – do not read backwards the words of humans now to earlier ages, to each own expression in culture and under legal conditions; and to all biology applies, regardless of what humans think is understood, rather than told, the why and when.
Sex the act of; is central to religion, war – who gets to what to who- vs which has had a no.
Understood as noting to be debated, quibbled nor negotiated.
Both in personal lives, in public and the workplaces, which were gender divided owing to sexual roles, across cultures and times.
music and movie information from my previous blog
where I note, The Last Elvis Secret given what the Memphis Mafia wrote about Presley Parties, the only thing not officially and rarely luridly written about was the balance of probability Elvis Presley was bisexual, and was described by heterosexual men as being so attractive as to raise a question – including Jerry Reed, writer and performer. And given Larry Geller’s descriptions of being accused by other Memphis Mafia members of being gay with Elvis during the private hair cut sessions -rather makes it seem the Memphis Mafia were jealous, and with Larry having to point out that were they admitting Elvis was bisexual?
As if Geller, a Hollywood hairdress would have a problem and his challenge back to those accusers was were they admitting Elvis was bisexual with the accusation? the last Elvis secret, along with the suicide note left in 1977, all swore to not reveal.
And each Memphis Mafia Member book was all about the orgies and parties Elvis made them attend, as if that was not why they were his friends acquired over time, to Red West, who saved Elvis from high school bathroom beatings and haircuts.
from my original blog:
With the new theatric Biopic that will reveal Elvis’ self harm in both diet and injuries as a pretense to get cancer level drugs from doctors and dentists and anyone who would administer anything, including an induced week long coma for weight loss in Vegas, known to any Elvis fan who read:
the Darkest Elvis Secret was said by his StepMom on National USA tv. That one can be famous and rich and be depressed, connects to why western nations have the highest suicide rates: direct/obvious and passive. In 2017 it was revealed Elvis Presley left a suicide note, and that was why the life insurance policy was never cashed.
It is important to note that the majority of sexual predators and murderers are males who victimize: pick the most inclusive or the most diverse statement of victim categories:
A) women and other men
B) men and women
C) heterosexual men, heterosexual women and LGBTQ2
D) heterosexual men, heterosexual women, gay/bisexual men, bisexual women, lesbians and NB/Transpersons
now factor in how to phrase that sentence and include 1 ethnicity 2 disability – physical of body and/or of the brain and persons without religion/spirituality
LGBTQ2 Blogger Nina Notes:
Most of the above is copied from one of the sites cited as sources in the daily post and as linked at the end of every post.
the history of nonheterosexuals and different historical eras views are such that there is a there is a danger to apply current decadish of time, in 2021 to past decades and centuries; particularly without application of complete history.
There is a difference between adopting male attire in the era when clothing was spelled out in law, and lesbians who passed in public, differ from those who only change clothing for personal sexual gratification, in private “cross dressors” in the language of this same era.
Laws regarding clothing exist in many nations, including capitol punishment, this is why sexual orientation is a demographic, That heterosexual women continue to be denied reproductive rights, education and professions, even where won at court; that women are a demographic. That male and female persons who are ethnically different from the majority population and with differing experiences being merged into colour blind visible minorities are differing demographics.
the farther back in time the given individual is, and why on this blog, there is a under theme of Elvis Presley, as the most prominent modern era person of the 1900s Current Era; who was photographed almost every day of his adult life., and who’s number of days on this planet have resulted in his being one of the most recognizable individuals across all cultures on the planet, which in 1950s was 1 billion people, and by his death almost 4 billion, to the 8 billion currently existing on earth.