gay history month

It's that time of year again -- happy LGBT history month! In recognition of this important period where we remember and celebrate
Alan Reif joins HuffPost Live to discuss why it's still essential we still hold Pride events.
As we recognize and celebrate Black History Month, it is important to take a moment to remember and honor the contributions
LGBT History Month is over (in the U.S., at least; much of Europe celebrates it in February), but why must we wait another 11 months for our history to be shared again? What about Nov. 1's "on this day in LGBT history" events? Aren't they just as important as Oct. 31's? Of course they are.
1968: Silent film star Ramon Novarro was murdered by Paul Ferguson and his brother Tom Ferguson. Written on Novarro's bathroom
2009: According to Quist, the first openly gay member of the German government, Guido Westerwelle, took office as Vice Chancellor
More Stories On YourTango: The Inn would close the same year as the riots. It wasn't until 1990 that the bar scene returned
1955: The Village Voice launched. The publication initially faced a controversial reputation because of its referral to the
44 B.C.: According to Quist, today marks the first day in recorded history with mention of same-sex marriage. Quist notes
In conjunction with the celebration of October as LGBT History Month, The Huffington Post will be providing you with "Know