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The Lesbian Queen of England In the 17th century the Queen of England was Anne Stuart. She was loved by the people of her time because they said that she was a magnificent Queen. Anne wasn’t grown to become the Queen, that’s why she received an education for a person of her social status not for a Queen, however, she knew only a few things about history or military affairs....
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The Homomonument, an LGBT symbol against discrimination In the center of Amsterdam, you can find a memorial named “Homomonument”, raised to commemorate gay and lesbian who have been persecuted. The idea became in 1970 when some homosexual activists were arrested for trying to bring a crown of lavender flowers to national war memorial “De Eendracht” situated on the De Dam Square, and the crown was removed by the police and...
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Lili, the Danish transgender Lili Elbe, became to live not only for her book “Man into woman” but also for the film The Danish Girl. Lili was born as Einar Magnus Andreas Wegener in 1882 in Denmark. For most of her life, Lili was known as Einar, a Danish painter specialized in landscapes and paintings of Paris. When Einar studied art in Copenhagen, he met Gerda Wegener and they fell in...
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The Lesbian Art Colony in Rome in the Nineteenth Century According to several historians, Lesbian artists did not exist before 1970, but in fact, different lesbian artists worked in the nineteenth century, specially in Italy. Homophobia and sexism were part of the society. Women became anonymous because of these reasons. Europe had a reputation of being a place where artists could reach their potential, some of them preferred France or...
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Was Alexander The Great gay? Alexander III of Macedon, better known as Alexander the Great, has been considered one of the most celebrated conquerors and strategists in history. Alexander was the son of the King of Macedon, Philip II and his fourth wife Olympias. During his adolescence Aristotle was his tutor and taught him about medicine, philosophy, morals, religion, logic and art. For the Greek society, there was no problem...
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