No Glove, No Love
From The Sexual Revolution To The AIDS Crisis
- 50 US dollars$50
- West Village/Greenwich Village
The so-called Sexual Revolution was less an overnight revolution and more a hundred years’ war, with many prisoners and casualties along the way. Some of the most important battles were fought right here in Greenwich Village. This walking tour explores the historic struggle for sexual freedom, reproductive, and LGBT rights, including: · The riot that launched the modern LGBT rights movement. · The “sip in” that preceded the riot by three years. · The prison where female “prostitutes” were incarcerated. · The church where the first gay “marriages” were performed. · The church that did outreach to streetwalkers. · The memorial to the 100,000 New Yorkers who have died of AIDS. · The school of the radical psychoanalyst who fled the Nazis only die in prison in the United States. · The movie theater that mainstreamed cross-dressing and bisexuality. · The secret homoerotic mural hidden in a former men’s room.
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New York, NY, USA