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For educators, students, and absolutely anyone who wants to learn, teach, and engage with LGBTQ history, this is your podcast! In Deep Dives & Backstories you will meet history-makers with some fascinating - and empowering - stories! Our Pilot Season and Season One feature K-12 educators who share their experiences from the classroom and provide real-world advice and reasonable, practical strategies to guide you in bringing LGBTQ history into mainstream US history, civics, and social studies ...
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In this interview series, we give voice to LGBTQ elders in our midst who have precious stories to share. In living their lives, they have had front row seats to equality advances, declines, triumphs, and tragedies. PFLAG San Jose / Peninsula is providing a microphone and a platform so they can share their lives with us. We hope you enjoy listening!
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The Stonewall uprising began in the early morning hours of June 28, 1969. Revisit that moment, and the hours and days that followed, with voices from the Making Gay History archive. Relive in vivid detail the dawning of a new chapter in the fight for LGBTQ rights. First aired June 13, 2019. Visit our episode webpage for background information, arch…
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In this Deep Dives and Backstories episode, you will meet someone whose life and career bridged diverse worlds—East and West, traditional and modern, queer and straight—and built a legacy that deserves its rightful place in the story of America. This History UnErased podcast is funded by the New York City Council. It was produced and edited by Dina…
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Conflict has context. In this first episode of Making Gay History’s Stonewall season, we hear stories from the pre-Stonewall struggle for LGBTQ rights. We travel back in time to the turbulent 1960s and take you to the tinderbox that was Greenwich Village on the eve of an uprising. First aired June 6, 2019. Visit our episode webpage for background i…
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Can historical and emotional truth coexist? For the 55th anniversary of the uprising, Eric and fellow LGBTQ history expert Ken Lustbader talk to Stonewall National Monument visitors and let a few myths slip by to uncover Stonewall’s moving resonance as a symbol of LGBTQ liberation and joy. This episode is a co-production of Making Gay History and t…
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As a bookish lesbian growing up in working-class England, June Thomas developed an early love of bookstores. After moving to the U.S. in the 1980s, she found community in the feminist bookstores of the era, as she recounts in A Place of Our Own: Six Spaces That Shaped Queer Women's Culture. Visit our episode webpage for a transcript of the episode.…
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For this Deep Dives and Backstories episode, we had the opportunity to speak with the Honorable Patrick Murphy, who has served our nation - and American democracy - in many capacities, including being the driving force to repeal the military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy. This History UnErased podcast is funded by the New York City Council. It w…
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Want access to this episode and others early? Join our Patreon Community ➡️https://www.patreon.com/ClosetedHistoryIn this conversation, Destiny and Thomas discuss the movie 'The Imitation Game' and its portrayal of Alan Turing and Joan Clarke. They both express their disappointment with the film, highlighting its historical inaccuracies and problem…
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Language Note: In our attempt to find a common language that is conceptual and applicable across the historical narrative, before the well-recognized acronym of today's world, we are using the word 'queer' in this episode for the people whose lives began - and ended - before the 21st Century. This History UnErased podcast is funded by the New York …
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But I'm a Cheerleader is the Cozy Queer Joy We All Need- In this episode, Destiny and Haylee discuss the 1999 cult classic film 'But I'm a Cheerleader'. They talk about the movie's cover and how it drew them in, the color palette and its significance in the storytelling, the satirical nature of the film, and its impactful social commentary on conve…
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Delve into the untold stories of LGBTQ+ resistance and revolution! Get early access to each episode, behind the scenes content, and discounts by joining our Patreon Community ➡️https://www.patreon.com/ClosetedHistory Get ready for an in-depth exploration of the fascinating intersection between LGBTQ+ activism and revolutionary movements in this epi…
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Discover The REAL Cowboys of the Old West now! Join us as we discover the TRUE cowboy legacy of the Old West. Hollywood’s whitewashed image doesn’t really represent the history of who real cowboys were or what life was like then. In this episode, we discuss Hollywood’s myth and how it was created, the roots of cowboy culture, showcase 2SQTBIPOC cow…
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In this episode, you will meet someone whose influence and impact on the story of America is monumental. He famously said, “I love America more than any other country in the world and, exactly for this reason, I insist on the right to criticize her perpetually.” Keep that idea in mind as you listen. This History UnErased podcast is funded by the Ne…
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Valerie Reyes-Jimenez called it “The Monster.” That’s how some people described HIV and AIDS in the 1980s. Valerie thinks as many as 75 people from her block on New York City’s Lower East Side died. They were succumbing to an illness that was not recognized as the same virus that was killing young, white, gay men just across town in the West Villag…
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In this episode, you will meet two fascinating people who expand our understanding of the possible motivations people may have had to venture into the Wild West. Welcome to the fluid frontier! This History UnErased podcast is funded by the New York City Council. It was developed by History UnErased and produced and edited by Dinah Mack; Kathleen Ba…
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From Campbell, CA, meet Eileen Hamper. Born and raised in Ohio, Eileen talks about how it was to not know about her sexual orientation until she was 40 years old. Eileen talks about her growing-up years, her transition to California, how she met her longtime wife Bettie, and how she is currently loving retirement, which turned her loose to "tinker …
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All this to say, defund the police. Reallocate resources. 🚔 What was Boise’s gay panic for? In this final episode, we explore the long-term results of 1955’s mass hysteria. Find all things Queer Serial here: linktr.ee/queerserial If you’d like to support my many ongoing LGBTQ history projects subscribe to bonus episodes of Queer Serial for $2.99/mo…
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Eric is joined in conversation by Dr. Laura Erickson-Schroth and Dr. Ilan H. Meyer to delve into the past and present of mental health for LGBTQ people. They discuss historical stigma, the ramifications of the American Psychiatric Association’s declassification of homosexuality as a mental disorder 50 years ago, and shifting psychiatric understandi…
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1,472 interrogations later, the final man accused in the Boise gay panic and his adult accuser take the stand. Cast in court: Prosecutor: Blaine Evans (voiced by Devlyn Camp) Witness: the accuser Eldon Halverson (Lucien Gratteri) Witness: Officer Earnest Quinton (Julian Hall) Witness: Officer James Brandon (Brian Rowe) Defense Attorney: Vernon Smit…
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A half-century ago, millions of homosexuals were cured with the stroke of a pen when the American Psychiatric Association decided to change its diagnostic manual and remove homosexuality from the list of mental disorders. In this episode, we journey through several milestones in the battle for gay liberation and acceptance as we focus on how the fi…
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The trap is laid. 🎁 Find all things Queer Serial here: linktr.ee/queerserial If you’d like to support my many ongoing LGBTQ history projects subscribe to bonus episodes of Queer Serial for $2.99/month here on Apple Podcasts, or $3/month here on Spotify or here on Patreon to also get my queer history archive dives & behind the scenes of my documenta…
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In the 1950s, psychiatrists diagnosed all homosexuals with a mental illness, and the sickness label created new forms of oppression for gay people in America. The sickness label was pervasive and seemingly inescapable. Until 1973, according to the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (the DSM), homosexuality was a me…
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In this episode, our host Kathleen Barker will introduce a surprising backstory to a well-known holiday classic. You will also hear commentary from a few members of our team who gathered online for a screening of this holiday special - and then hit “record” to capture an unscripted discussion about the queerness in this classic story. This History …
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🌈 Welcome to the first episode of "Conversations With Series" on Closeted History! 🏳️‍🌈 Need scar tape? Use our code HISTORY10 for a 10% discount on Motivo Scar Care products 📕 TABLE OF CONTENTS 📕 00:00:00: Introduction and Welcome 00:00:07: About the Host and Podcast 00:00:25: Guest Intro: Jad, CEO of Motivo Scar Care 00:01:33: Jad's Transition Jo…
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Meet Marc Fuentes, a "young" senior. Marc, a native of Orange County, California is employed full-time in the Silicon Valley tech industry and has been with his partner Roger for 30 years - married first in a private church ceremony in 1995 and again in a legal ceremony in 2008. Marc describes himself as a "busy guy." Several days prior to this int…
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The Compton Cafeteria Riots! The riot that happened before Stonewall...Join our Patreon Community ➡️https://www.patreon.com/ClosetedHistory Today, we uncover a hidden gem of LGBTQ+ history as we explore The Compton Cafeteria Riots. This lesser-known uprising took place in San Francisco's Tenderloin district, three years before the famous Stonewall …
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City Councilman Buck Jones blames the police. The reporter uncovers the Arid Club's game. Suspected homosexuals and a murderer take the stand. A rogue officer takes matters into his own hands. Find all things Queer Serial here: linktr.ee/queerserial If you’d like to support my many ongoing LGBTQ history projects subscribe to bonus episodes of Queer…
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In this episode, you will meet a little-known and underappreciated figure connected to the Revolutionary War. In addition to his backstory, you will also hear commentary from two special guests we interviewed for this episode - the author and illustrator of a graphic novel that invites young adults (or adults of any age) to dive into this Revelatio…
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City Councilman Buck Jones blames the police. Suspected homosexuals and a murderer take the stand. A rogue officer takes matters into his own hands. 👀 Find all things Queer Serial here: linktr.ee/queerserial If you’d like to support my many ongoing LGBTQ history projects subscribe to bonus episodes of Queer Serial for $2.99/month here on Apple Podc…
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We have learned, throughout the course of history, that it is often incidental acts - by everyday people - that prove to be historic, consequential actions. In this episode, Kathleen will introduce you to someone whose story needs to be told, deserves to be told, and for a variety of reasons - especially today. This History UnErased podcast is fund…
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The town gathers to decide how to protect the children & clean up the queer mess, incidentally caused by many men from Boise's businesses going all the way up to the top of Idaho. 💰 Find all things Queer Serial here: linktr.ee/queerserial If you’d like to support my many ongoing LGBTQ history projects subscribe to bonus episodes of Queer Serial for…
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Follow the investigator, the doctor, and the reporter into Idaho's underworld. 🔦 Find all things Queer Serial here: linktr.ee/queerserial If you’d like to support my many ongoing LGBTQ history projects subscribe to bonus episodes of Queer Serial for $2.99/month here on Apple Podcasts, or $3/month here on Spotify or here on Patreon to also get my qu…
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Cops set up a secret house to interrogate suspected homosexuals as Boiseans begin to point fingers. 🔦☎️🔍 Find all things Queer Serial here: linktr.ee/queerserial If you’d like to support my many ongoing LGBTQ history projects subscribe to bonus episodes of Queer Serial for $2.99/month here on Apple Podcasts, or $3/month here on Spotify or here on P…
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This is the true story of a panic that swept Boise, Idaho in 1955—a panic that continues to spread and damage our communities today. A standalone 9-episode serial podcast about a true scandal in queer history—in a new city with no Mattachine, no Bilitis, & no one to turn to. Find all things Queer Serial here: linktr.ee/queerserial If you’d like to …
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