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GLF went public in August 1969 when its members attended an anti-war, anti deaft demonstration in Hiroshima-Nagasaki Week.A Banner was unfurled saying Gay Lberation Front at the rally, in fromt of the Central Parkbandstand. It worked, as Columbia University's Student Homophile League delegate Bob Martin told Gay Power newspaper, "much as civil-rights groups worked through the first half of the Sixties: through education, legal action, and voter education, through winning over the straight majority by appealing to their consciences, through building a 'good public image,' through lobbying with Congress and State legislators, through 'respectability." [Teal, 54] At August meeting the "respectable" approach was attacked by a radical caucus that emerged midway through the convention - after an ACLU documentary (Seasons Change) on the demos and police tactics at the Chicago 1968 Democratic Convention was shown.Home | Ancient History Sourcebook | Medieval Sourcebook | Modern History Sourcebook | Byzantine Studies Page Other History Sourcebooks: African | East Asian | Global | Indian | Islamic | Jewish | Lesbian and Gay | Science | Women's Immediately following the Stonewall riots of June 27th 1969, a series of demonstrations and conversations went on that gave birth to the modern Gay movement.In his book, The Gay Militants (New York: 1971) Donn Teal reproduced verbatim some of the early flyers which where handed out, on the street and at conferences.But 1969 was also the height of the "Movement", the conglomeration of anti-Vietnam War, pro-Black, pro-Women, pro-Hippy, anti-Capitalist left-wing politics which formed an entire counter-culture in the late 1960s'.A number of Gay men and women were very influenced by the Movement and were able to use its resources - including Alternate U., a sort of general radical "university".
What is illegal about New York City's Gay bars today is the Mafia (or syndicate) stranglehold on them.In the week before July 24th, the following short mimeographed flyer was distributed in Greenwich Village [Teal 36] We're going to make a place for ourselves in the revolutionary movement.We challenge the myths that are screwing up this society.Our fate is linked with these minorities; if the detention camps are filled tomorrow with blacks, hippies and other radicals, we will not escape that fate, all our attempts to dissociate our- selves from them notwithstanding.A common struggle, however, will bring common triumph.