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Archive of: history

The "Woman Card" In Politics Dates Back To The 1880s

Whether it's 1872 or 2016, outspoken women are considered dangerous.

A Reunion Of The Heart, Asbury Park Style

Memories of good times and the 30-year story of the Eastern seaboard’s popular lesbian club.

Patricia Highsmith And 'The Price Of Salt'

Without Highsmith’s 'The Price of Salt', there would be no 'Carol.'

High Lesbian History With Lacie And Robin

The battle of the sexes: Lacie and Robin discuss lesbian tennis legend Billie Jean King.

Emmeline Freda Du Faur: Pioneering Mountain Climber

In 1910, Du Faur became the first woman to summit New Zealand's Mount Cook.

The Legacy Of Radclyffe Hall

Radclyffe Hall was more than a lesbian trailblazer; she was ahead of her time.

A Collection Of LGBTQ History

A new LGBTQ archive is online and waiting to be explored.

Legendary Musician Billie Holiday

Holiday’s legendary jazz music defines a generation.

Drunk Lesbian History With Lacie And Robin

Lacie and Robin get high on Women's History Month.

Groundbreaking Lea DeLaria To Perform In New Jersey

DeLaria was the first openly gay comic to break through the late-night talk-show barrier.