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The Roman Catholic Church's loss was the LGBT community's gain with lesbian activist Jean O'Leary, who helped create National Coming Out Day.

June Jordan was a widely-published and highly-acclaimed African American bisexual woman poet, author, teacher, and activist of her generation.

Some people were born to break the rules. However, actress Tallulah Bankhead was born gay and a rule-breaker with her many lovers, both men and women.

Monique Wittig was a French philospher, literary theorist, and avant-garde novelist who made a name for herself in the feminist movement.

Photographer Berenice Abbott is known for capturing the ever-changing face of New York City with her camera at a time when it was undergoing rapid change.

Valerie Solanas was one of the more colorful examples of lesbian history, being a radical feminist who later shot the artist Andy Warhol.

The poet Elizabeth Bishop was a perfectionist with regard to her poems, but secretive with her love for other women-- though she loved well, indeed.

This is the story of Felice Schragenheim, a Jew hiding secretly in Berlin during the Second World War, who fell in love with Lilly Wust, a German girl.

LGBTQ publications (including LesbianNews) are always thankful for the bravery of Edythe Eyde, who published the first lesbian magazine in the US.

Pauli Murray was a poet, a writer, a feminist, a labor organizer, a civil rights lawyer, and then finally, an Episcopal priest. But she also had a secret.