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Somebody tell me what the best circle to post this in would be and I'll repost, but basically I'm wondering if you all know of any gay, lesbian, and bisexual history resources that aren't polluted by this new age trans backwards ass ideology.

Books, YouTube videos, websites, journal articles, whatever. I am based in the US so US gay and lesbian history would be helpful to learn about but also I'm interested in whatever time period and location you have resources for.

Thanks in advance!

Somebody tell me what the best circle to post this in would be and I'll repost, but basically I'm wondering if you all know of any gay, lesbian, and bisexual history resources that aren't polluted by this new age trans backwards ass ideology. Books, YouTube videos, websites, journal articles, whatever. I am based in the US so US gay and lesbian history would be helpful to learn about but also I'm interested in whatever time period and location you have resources for. Thanks in advance!

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Herstory Archives.

Internet Archives

Tumblr blog femlib she has books that can be downloaded and a link to another internet library that can take you to an archive of Lesbian literature, poetry, essays and history.

The guy that challenged the military "Don't ask don't tell policy" wrote a book about it. I had gay and lesbian friends who served in the military back then so I know a lot of the stuff they used to do to try to keep themselves protected from scrutiny (like marrying each other). I think he's unfortunately pro gender woo these days.

Playing By the Rules https://www.amazon.com/dp/1608640426/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_i_9H3QJBC8CAY0N18H37AN

Fred Sargeant is a gay man who participated in the Stonewall riots and he is absolutely gender critical

https://fredsargeant.com/