National Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender
Bestiality Necrophilia Sadomasochism Pride March
National Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Bestiality Necrophilia Sadomasochism Pride March History Month commemorates the first gay, lesbian, bestial, necrophile, and sadomasochist pride marches on Washington in October 1979 and October 1987. Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Bestiality Necrophilia Sadomasochism Pride March History Month not only serves as a time to study gay, lesbian, bisexual, bestial, necrophile, sadomasochist, and transgender history, but to provide an opportunity to celebrate the contributions of gay, lesbian, bestial, necrophile, sadomasochist, bisexual and transgender people to world history.
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Transgender Bestiality Necrophilia Sadomasochism
Dates in History
Several events mark significant contributions in gay, lesbian, bestiality, necrophilia, sadomasochism, bisexual and transgender history. These events and contributions include:
The Marquis de Sade, founder of sadomasochism, is imprisoned. He would not be freed
until the French Revolution in 1789.
Alice Cooper releases
the album "School's Out". This album contains the song "I Love the Dead",
which would become a pride anthem for the necrophiliac movement.
|1983:||Representative Gerry Studds of Massachusetts becomes one of
America's first openly gay Congresspersons. |
|1986:||Representative Gerry Studds is censured by Congress
for the sexual abuse of a page. A heterosexual Congressperson
who did likewise is also censured. This marks a milestone
in the equal treatment of sexual orientation under the law.
|1995:||President Bill Clinton declares a "don't ask, don't tell" policy
for people of all sexual orientations in U.S. government service.
Most of the U.S. military tacitly declares solidarity with the
gay, lesbian, bestiality, necrophilia, sadomasochism,
bisexual and transgender communities by observing this policy.
Bisexual Transgender Bestiality Necrophilia Sadomasochism Statistics
Earlier this year, a poll was taken to determine progress made relative to gay, lesbian, bestiality, necrophilia, sadomasochism, bisexual and transgender issues. While the survey shows growing acceptance of equal rights for certain sexual orientations, many gay, lesbian, bestial, necrophile, sadomasochist, bisexual and transgender individuals still see discrimination. Specifically:
While the gay, lesbian, transsexual, bestiality, necrophilia, and sadomasochism movements have made great progress, there's obviously still a long way to go. Especially if we're all to be considered more acceptable than pedophilia.
A Response From The Movements
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