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Homo Nest Raided, Queen Bees Are Stinging Mad by Jerry Lisker for The New York Daily News, July 6, 1969 

The transgender women at Stonewall were pushed out of the gay rights movement. Now they are getting a statue in New York. by Gillian Brockell for The Washington PostJune 12, 2019 

“50 Years Later, What We Forgot About Stonewall” by Maya Salam for The New York Times, June 4, 2019 

“Milestones in American Gay Rights Movement” from American Experience, PBS 

It’s very interesting and informing. 

“The NAMES Project Foundaton”  

Lateef, Yasir. “The NAMES Project Foundation.” The Names Project, The AIDS Memorial Quilt, 2018, 

“13 Artists Reflect on the Stonewall Riots” by Zoë Lescaze for T Magazine, The New York Times Style Magazine, June 27, 2019 

“The Stonewall riots electrified the nascent gay-liberation movement with urgent, ferocious energy during a time when homosexuality was illegal in 49 states and widely considered to be a mental disorder.” Now it’s legal in all 50 states as of 2015! 

“Artists and Creatives Reflect on How Stonewall Changed Art” by Artsy Editors for Artsy, June 14, 2019 

“Art After Stonewall” from Columbus Museum of Art 

Visual Arts

“The Battle of Stonewall – 1969” by Sandow Birk 

“The Battle of Stonewall – 1969” by Sandow Birk

My Pie Town, series by Debbie Grossman

Pie Town

Songs & Music Groups

This song made me feel less alone and that there are other people that have had similar experiences to me in regards to being transgender. 

TV Shows

Queer Eye, Netflix: Season 5, Episode 1  

Andi Mack, Disney Channel: “On in a Minyan” (Season 3, Episode 11)   

Disney Channel’s first gay main character, Cyrus Goodman. In the episode “One in a Minyan”, he comes out to a close friend 

Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, NBC: “Zoe’s Extraordinary Neighbor” (Season 1, Episode 4)  

Zoey’s gender non-conforming neighbor is scared about presenting as anything other than male to his church 

Brooklynn 99, NBC: “Game Night” (Season 5, Episode 11) 

RuPaul’s Drag Race, VH1 


Movies, Short Films, & Videos

I think it’s a really great movie and just makes me feel really good. 

“[Ash Hardell’s] book is helpful because there is a lot of terminology in it. [Ash Hardell’s] videos were helpful because I could see someone else’s experience. 

Ash Hardell’s Youtube Channel 


The Last One: Unfolding the AIDS Memorial Quilt
Licostie, Nadine C., director. The Last One: Unfolding the AIDS Memorial Quilt. Video Project, 2012. 

A Secret Love, Netflix 


Eigo, Jim, Mark Harrington, Margaret McCarthy, Stephen Spinella, Rick Sugden. FDA ACTION HANDBOOK. New York, NY. September, 12th 1988. 

Queer: A Graphic History
Barker, Meg John, and Julia Scheele. Queer: a Graphic History. Icon, 2016. 

The Quilt: Stories from the NAMES Project
Ruskin, Cindy, et al. The Quilt: Stories from the NAMES Project. Pocket, 1988.
This book kinda wrecked me and is a really hard read, but I recommended it to everyone I talk to about HIV/AIDS crisis. 

A Name on the Quilt: a Story of Remembrance
Atkins, Jeannine, and Tad Hills. A Name on the Quilt: a Story of RemembranceAtheneum Books for Young Readers, 1999. 

Clothing & Accessories

I Can't Even Think Straight Tee
ACT UP Shirt
Retro Pride Buttons
Converse Pride Collection
Pride Flags