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From gay Nazis to 'we're here, we're queer': A century of arguing about gay pride

  • Written by Laurie Marhoefer, Assistant Professor of History, University of Washington

This month, hundreds of thousands of people around the world will join gay pride marches in cities big and small. In many cities, pride marches are controversial. In some – like Moscow – they are even banned. But for many people in North America, parts of Europe, Latin America and elsewhere, attending the local pride march has become...

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