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A brief history of Gay, Canada"s first gay tabloid, 1964-1966

Donald W. McLeod

A brief history of Gay, Canada"s first gay tabloid, 1964-1966

by Donald W. McLeod

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Published by Homewood Books in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gay (Toronto, Ont.) -- History.,
  • Gay (Toronto, Ont.) -- Histoire.,
  • Gays -- Periodicals -- History.,
  • Homosexuels -- Périodiques -- Histoire.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 78-89) and index.

    StatementDonald W. McLeod.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ76.95.C2 M35 2003
    The Physical Object
    Pagination96 p. :
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3353667M
    ISBN 100968382916
    LC Control Number2004380618
    OCLC/WorldCa52705798

    A Brief History of GAY, Canada's First Gay Tabloid, Toronto: Homewood Books, , David. “Mother Goose’s Map: Tabloid Geographies and Gay Male Experience in s Toronto.” Journal of Urban History 30(September In The Oxford Companion to Canadian History, ed. G. Hallowell. Toronto: Oxford University Press, A Brief History of GAY: Canada's First Gay Tabloid by Donald McLeod; Day Is Ending: A Doctor's Love Shattered by Alzheimer's Disease, signed by author Walt Meyer* Going for the Green: Selling in the 21st Century, signed by author Walt Meyer*.

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    Challenging the Conspiracy of Silence: My Life as a Canadian Gay Activist: A Brief History of Gay, Canada's First Gay Tabloid, No News is Bad News (Signed) The Land of Mogan: Movers and mavericks of Thunder Bay: Book. Faith, politics, and sexual diversity in Canada and the United States / edited by David Rayside and Clyde Wilcox. Vancouver: UBC Press, p. HQC3 F34 “A remarkable comparative study, this volume explores the interplay of sexual diversity and religious faith on both sides of the border.


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A brief history of Gay, Canada"s first gay tabloid, 1964-1966 by Donald W. McLeod Download PDF EPUB FB2

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McLeod points out that was particularly significant in Canada. A brief history of GAY: Canada's first gay tabloid, ; Author: McLeod, Abstract (summary): This brief, illustrated history highlights the triumphs and tribulations of publishing an openly gay periodical in Toronto in the mids, several years before the establishment of a viable Canadian gay liberation movement.

issues between McLeod is convincing about the importance of this magazine for the history of gay and lesbian publishing, and the periodical press in particular. GAY was launched in Toronto in March Directed at a gay male readership, GAY offered entertainment, re-publications from other sources, gossi p an some local material cli art, photography, and personal ads.

McLeod, Donald W. A Brief History of Gay: Canada's First Gay Tabloid, Toronto: Homewood Books, Pp 96, index, illustrations. Un article de la revue Urban History Review (Vol numéro 1, fallp. ) diffusée par la plateforme : V.

Korinek. One of the most important events of was the formation of a Canadian gay press. During thatyear} three gay publications were founded in rapid succession. GAY} published Canadas first gay tabloid TorontobytheGAYPublishing Company} was Canada}s first gay tabloid} with an inaugural issue dated 30 March Most read articles by the same author(s) Jeannine Green, A Brief History of Gay, Canada's First Gay Tabloid,by Donald W.

McLeod [brief notice], Papers of The Bibliographical Society of Canada: Vol 42 No 1 () Jeannine Green, Canadian Art and Architecture: An Annotated Bibliography of Theses and Dissertations, by Diane E. Peters [brief notice], Papers of The Bibliographical.

Unfortunately, Gay only survived untilbut it cannot be denied that it set a historical precedent for publishing during a time when LGBT voices were predominantly unheard.  One of the first Gay tabloids, published in March of It is a clearly provocative tabloid, and received mixed reactions on behalf of the LGBT community.

"A Brief History of GAY: Canada's First Gay Tabloid, ," by Donald W. McLeod. "Gay" was the main competitor of TWO, though they really were aimed. Assorted Early Publications from Outside of Texas Additions are added often, so please check back Brief History of Gay Canada's First Gay Tabloid W McLeod gives an excellent telling of this story.

PDF Gay International Canada's first gay publication, lasting from to Its fascinating history well told to the left. His publications include Lesbian and Gay Liberation in Canada: A Selected Annotated Chronology, – (); Challenging the Conspiracy of Silence: My Life as a Canadian Gay Activist (by Jim Egan, compiled and edited by Donald W.

McLeod; ); A Brief History of GAY, Canada’s First Gay Tabloid, – (); and Lesbian and Gay. Get this from a library. A brief history of Gay, Canada's first gay tabloid, [Donald W McLeod]. One of the first Gay tabloids, published in March of It is a clearly provocative tabloid, and received mixed reactions on behalf of the LGBT community.

From A Brief History of Gay: Canada’s First Gay Tabloid, Toronto: Homewood Books, Notes on the Origin and Development of GAY, Canada’s First Gay Tabloid, Toronto: Eastbound Books, c Ref.: AMICUS catalogue no. See also McLeod's later A Brief History of GAY, listed above. Montréal: MG magazine inc.

Book. McLeod, Donald W. A Brief History of GAY, Canada’s First Gay Tabloid, Toronto: Homewood Books, HQC3 M35 Full text available in pdf format via T-Space at University of Toronto Libraries. See review by Valerie Korinek “Book reviews.” Urban History Review. 35(1) (Fall ): See review by Steven.

above as part of "A Brief History of GAY: Canada's First Gay Tabloid, ," by Donald W. McLeod. "Gay" was the main competitor of TWO, though they really were aimed at different markets, with "Gay" being more international.

Lesbian and Gay Liberation in Canada: A Selected Annotated Chronology, joins the ranks of other books, articles, and reviews Don has published, including A Brief History of GAY: Canada’s First Gay Tabloid, Gay was Toronto's first gay magazine, published almost simultaneously with ASK Newsletter, together among Canada's first gay magazines.

The magazine was first printed on 30 March The earliest periodical anywhere to use 'Gay' in its title. McLeod, Donald W. A Brief History of Gay: Canada's First Gay Tabloid, Toronto: Homewood Books, Pp 96, index, illustrations. The first homosexual periodical,  GAY, began publishing in Around this time, several homophile groups also began publishing newsletters for their members, a tradition that still continues among many LGBTQ+ organizations, especially in Quebec, where LGBTQ+ print publishing is particularly important.

– The first photograph of lesbians on the cover of lesbian magazine The Ladder was done in Septembershowing two women from the back, on a beach looking out to sea. – Everett George Klippert, the last person imprisoned in Canada for homosexuality, is arrested for private, consensual sex with men.A brief history of Gay, Canada's first gay tabloid, HQC3 M3 ; Challenging the conspiracy of silence: my life as a Canadian gay activist HQE32 A3 ; Coming out young & faithful BVG38 C66 ; Coping with HIV infection: psychological and existential responses in gay men RCA26 S An Approach to the History of Sexual Minority Discrimination in Russia.

of Gay: Canada's First Gay Tabloid, (review) this is only a 'brief history,' lacking in biographical.