During a spring semester sabbatical in 2007, I spent a good chunk of time at the Gerber Hart Library in Chicago. As someone who had not done local community history before, I wanted to immerse myself in the materials of a city whose LGBT history had not yet received a great deal of attention. Working my way through the organizational newsletters and community-based newspapers produced in the 1970s, the first decade after the birth of a gay liberation movement, I was struck by how much content was related to religion....
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