Prof C interviews Sarah Chinn, one of the organizers for the much-anticipated 70s Lesbianism conference that begins October 8th in New York City. The three-day conference is entitled, In Amerika They Call Us Dykes: Lesbian Lives in the 1970s, and will take place at the CUNY Graduate Center. I want to share some impressions of the “Lesbians in the ’70s conference” which took place October 8-10 at the CUNY Graduate Center. The conference took place over two almost unbearably intense days. vibrant global lesbian-feminist culture we created in the ‘70s and ‘80s, the word “lesbian Maybe—this was an entirely new.
Lesbian Activism from 1970s to the Present: The conference brought together an international group of women to organize for lesbian autonomy and address how economic pressures affected lesbian sexual expression and motherhood. and HMI continues to provide services and information for gay and lesbian youth in New York City. Especially. New York City: More than 1,000 people gather in Greenwich Village to demonstrate support for a gay and lesbian municipal rights ordinance currently under debate in the City Council. The bill has been strongly opposed by, among others, the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York and the Uniformed Fire Officers Association. April 10, 1974.
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