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The story of the San Antonio Four was reminiscent of the Salem witch hunts that targeted the "Other." The documentary 'Southwest by Salem' is their story.

Used by gay men in Britain from the 1900s to the 1970s, the Polari language gave them a way to find one another without having to reveal themselves.

In the wake of the Second World War, lesbian life in the 1950s became more structured. It also gave the lesbian community a chance to reinvent themselves.

LGBT student organizations took part in the protests of the 1970s, like the Student Homophile Leagues of Columbia and Cornell universities.

In the wake of the Orlando shooting, we list 5 previously recorded LGBT attacks against our community as a reminder that we should always be vigilant.

Library resource provider Gale has placed the largest digital archive on LGBT history and culture, the Archives of Human Sexuality and Identity, online.

The Pride movement has collected a number of LGBT symbols throughout the years. Do you know what they mean and when they were first used?

There are LGBT monuments around the world, but the recent news that the White House is considering the creation of a national one is welcome indeed.

We're reminded that Hillary Clinton wasn't the first woman to run for the US presidency-- rather, it was Wall Street tycoon Victoria Woodhull in 1872.

Twenty years from now, people will remember The L Word as the TV show that blew the lid off the once-quiet, under-the-radar lesbian community.