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No Bath, But Plenty of Bubbles: An Oral History of the Gay Liberation Front, 1970-73 By Lisa Power,

  • Title: No Bath, But Plenty of Bubbles: An Oral History of the Gay Liberation Front, 1970-73
  • Author: Lisa Power
  • ISBN: 9780304332052
  • Page: 107
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Gay Liberation Front dragged homosexuality out of the closet, onto the streets and into the public eye Its London supporters held the first gay demonstrations, organized the first Pride march and ran the first public gay dances in Britain The Front contained an alliance of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transsexuals long before queer was fashionable, and challengThe Gay Liberation Front dragged homosexuality out of the closet, onto the streets and into the public eye Its London supporters held the first gay demonstrations, organized the first Pride march and ran the first public gay dances in Britain The Front contained an alliance of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transsexuals long before queer was fashionable, and challenged homophobia before we had a word for it Their direct action and street theatre were the envy of the rest of the revolutionary counterculture, their politics the most diverse, their communes the wildest and their arguments the loudest In two short years, the Gay Liberation Front created the conditions for a lesbian and gay movement for generations to come and then imploded into fragments that became our newspapers, helplines and activist groups Lisa Power has gathered the accounts of people who were there, the papers they wrote and the comments of bemused bystanders She tells the previously unheard stories of the London Gay Liberation Front of the sisters and brothers who created a brave and resourceful movement out of little but their own will and imagination and who gave us pride and anger and ideals.
    No Bath But Plenty of Bubbles An Oral History of the Gay Liberation Front The Gay Liberation Front dragged homosexuality out of the closet onto the streets and into the public eye Its London supporters held the first gay demonstrations organized the first Pride march and

    One thought on “No Bath, But Plenty of Bubbles: An Oral History of the Gay Liberation Front, 1970-73”

    1. Great oral history of the British branch of the Gay Liberation Front Really interesting to see what the gay activism of the period was like.

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