Homo History

  • Homo History 101

    Harris Llewellyn Wofford, Jr. (born April 9, 1926) is an American attorney and Democratic Party politician who represented Pennsylvania in the U.S. Senate from 1991 to 1995.

  • Homo History 101

  • Homo History 101: African American History Month

  • Homo History 101: Summer Olympics Edition

    Greg Louganis: (1960) is an American Olympic diver, LGBT-rights activist and author who won gold medals at the 1984 and 1988 Olympic Games on both the springboard and platform. He is the only male and the second diver in Olympic history to sweep the diving events in consecutive Olympic Games.

  • Homo History 101: When We Rise

    “When We Rise” is a miniseries about LGBT rights, created by Dustin Lance Black based on a autobiography by long time gay rights activist Cleve Jones. The series stars Guy Pearce, Rachel Griffiths, Mary-Louise Parker, Michael Kennet Williams, Austin P. McKenzie, Emily Skeggs, Jonathan Majors, Fiona Dourif, and Sam Jaeger. It premiered Feb. 27, and ran four nightst hat week. It chronicles the gays rights movement in San Francisco over the course of four decades following the lives of several LGBT individuals.

  • Homo History for April 7, 2017

    Gilbert Baker (June 2, 1951 – March 31, 2017) was a gay rights activist and the artist who designed the rainbow flag in 1978. Baker's flag quickly became the symbol of the LGBT rights movement. The original flag had 8 colors, two colors were eventually combined and one color, pink, removed.

  • Homo History: The Presidential Election

    History was never as straight as we are told. Recording our history means reporting the truth.

  • Homo History: West Palm Beach Shows its True Colors

    "If one Christian commits rape, should all Christians be judged to be rapists?" 

  • The Strange Case of Dr. Acer: How one dentist changed the narrative of HIV infections in South Florida

    What was primarily thought to be a “gay plague” was a full on epidemic by the late 1980s.  Five Treasure Coast area dentist patients of Dr. David Johnson Acer never would have thought this epidemic, mostly affecting drug users and gay men, would ever have affected them.