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Betty “Joe” Carstairs (1900-1993)  - lover of Marlene Dietrich, as well as the only person daring to call the Dietrich ‘babe’.

Betty "Joe" Carstairs - powerboat racer and butch-about-town, on motorcycle. "Dietrich nicknamed Carstairs 'the Pirate'; Carstairs, Maria [River] noted, 'was the only one who ever called Dietrich ‘Babe’ and got away with it'.

A Brief History Of

A Brief History Of “Boston Marriages”

A Brief History Of “Boston Marriages” “Boston Marriage” was a term used in the century and early century to refer to two single women living together, independent of men.

lgbt-history-archive: “ “YOUNG GAY AND PROUD” – “BLACK and WHITE WOMEN TOGETHER,” Heritage of Pride Parade, New York City, June 24, 1984. Photo by Bettye Lane, c/o @harvard. #lgbthistory #lgbtherstory...

Heritage of Pride Parade, New York City, New York, United States, photograph by Bettye Lane.

This couple married after 64 years together.  Still think homosexuals can't have long-lasting, loving relationships?

'After 64 Years Together, Louis Halsey & John Spofford Morgan Finally Got Married - gee, only 64 years huh? and how many marriages have some straight and uptight buggers been through?

The periodical, "Come out!," which appealed to both lesbians and gay men, first appeared in 1969 in New York City.

The periodical, "Come out!," which appealed to both lesbians and gay men, first appeared in 1969 in New York City.

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