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When hate invades a space known for tolerance, figuring out how to react can be the hardest part of the aftermath. The national conversation about the Orlando massacre has been focused on gun control and terrorism, and rightfully so, but there's an aspect to the discussion being avoided by the media: the impact gay bars have on the LGBTQ community. Every queer person remembers their first gay bar.
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T he Stonewall riots started in the early hours of 28 June during a police raid at the Stonewall Inn, Greenwich Village, a favourite haunt of gay and lesbian New Yorkers. As customers were hauled out in handcuffs, the crowd outside erupted into fury. It would change LGBT activism for ever.
Anzor was lying on a dirty floor as a man in army boots jumped on his back. His agony worsened when his captors started torturing him with electric shocks. Anzor is a gay man from Chechnya, the predominantly Muslim region in southern Russia where some men suspected of being gay were detained and tortured, and at least three of them were killed.
Early on June 28,New York City police raided the Stonewall Inn, arresting employees for serving liquor without a license and patrons for failing to wear at least three articles of clothing appropriate to their supposed gender. Raids on gay bars were common and legal. But that night, the young trans and queer people who took refuge at Stonewall fought the arrests, sparking five days of riots and fifty years of a national LGBTQ civil rights movement.
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Over seventy years, Australia has quietly undergone one of the biggest social revolutions in its history. Once viewed as criminals, sinners or sick, lesbians and gay men are increasingly accepted as equal, and the majority of Australians support same-sex marriage. This rapid transformation in social attitudes has widened the space for lesbians and gays to live ordinary and visible lives in ways that were once barely imaginable.