S2 E5 "In the Library Lounge"

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Who are our allies on the outside? Who are our enemies on the inside? •

Bonus episodes! Listen to my exclusive series of standalone queer history episodes called Forgotten Fairy Tales on my Patreon. Also, cute buttons! Mugs! Archival research photos! Join me on Patreon at patreon.com/queerserial. This week’s bonus episode features real archival audio from KPFA’s 1958 “The Homosexual In Our Society,” a 1958 radio program featuring Mattachine Society Publications Director Hal Call, Dr. Blanche Baker, attorney Morris Lowenthal (featured in previous episodes), and Dr. Karl Bowman. Next week’s episode is an interview with a founding Radical Faerie!

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This season is also brought to you in part by the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, San Francisco! We love the Sisters.

Check out “The Cockettes,” “We Were Here,” and other films by David Weissman at davidweissmanfilms.com. I also recommend the many queer projects by Matt Baume, including “The Sewers of Paris” and “Culture Cruise” (especially his queer Frasier analysis episodes!) at mattbaume.com.

Music is by Kevin MacLeod at incompetech.com. Licensed under Creative Commons by attribution 4.0. The original Mattachine Society jester logo and audio clips of Harry Hay are courtesy of ONE Archives at the USC Libraries. Audio clips from The Rejected are licensed by Thirteen Productions and WNET.

Thanks for listening! Next week: Episode 6 “Faces Behind the Names”

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