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The collection includes pins from events he has personally attended, often with his wife Angela, but also items that friends have sent to him from around the country. Have a question for Daniel about the history of holidays, postcards, or other aspects of American culture? Often forced to speak in code or to use phrases with more than one meaning, gays and lesbians living before the era of gay rights movements and calls for civic equality resorted to a language filled with puns and humorous double meanings. Designs, which produced iconic T-shirts for LGBT's who came of age and out in the s and early s. A look back at LGBT rights 10 years ago. But to me, the most interesting buttons and certainly one of the largest categories centered on humor, puns, and a certain tongue-in-cheek affirmation of what scholars categorize as "queer culture. You Asked, We Answer.

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But not Narrow" The National Museum of American History recently received more than buttons representing a snapshot of LGBT visual and textual culture spanning three decades from the s through the s. Blog Home About Archive. Have a question for Daniel about the history of holidays, postcards, or other aspects of American culture? While connected to their historical antecedents, the marketplace's assortment of consumer goods including T-shirts, buttons, coffee mugs, and refrigerator magnets ultimately helped alter the course of LGBT history moving forward. Al was kind enough to share some of those buttons with Gay Matters.

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