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The Homomonument, an LGBT symbol against discrimination In the center of Amsterdam, you can find a memorial named “Homomonument”, raised to commemorate gay and lesbian who have been persecuted. The idea became in 1970 when some homosexual activists were arrested for trying to bring a crown of lavender flowers to national war memorial “De Eendracht” situated...
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Lili, una delle prime transgender Danese Lili Elbe, torna in vita non solo per il suo libro “Man into woman” ma anche per il film The Danish Girl. Lili è nato come Einar Magnus Andreas Wegener nel 1882 in Danimarca. Per la maggior parte della sua vita, Lili era conosciuto come Einar, un pittore danese specializzato...
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Lili, the Danish transgender Lili Elbe, became to live not only for her book “Man into woman” but also for the film The Danish Girl. Lili was born as Einar Magnus Andreas Wegener in 1882 in Denmark. For most of her life, Lili was known as Einar, a Danish painter specialized in landscapes and paintings of...
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La sorellanza di artiste lesbiche a Roma nell’ottocento Secondo alcuni storici, le artiste lesbiche non esistevano prima del 1970, ma in realtà diverse artiste lesbiche hanno lavorato nel XIX secolo, specialmente in Italia. La ragione per cui queste donne sono diventate anonime è semplice, l’omofobia e il sessismo dove parte della società. L’Europa aveva la reputazione...
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The Lesbian Art Colony in Rome in the Nineteenth Century According to several historians, Lesbian artists didn’t exist before 1970, but in fact, different lesbian artists worked in the nineteenth century, specially in Italy. The reason that these women became anonymous is simple, homophobia and sexism where part of the society. Europe had a reputation of...
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