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LGBT rights in Spain

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...The rights of lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgender (LGBT) persons in Spain have undergone several dramatic changes in recent de... ... Spain provides one of the highest degrees of liberty in the world for its LGBT community. However, this was not the case for much of Spain's history.... ... However, this was not the case for much of Spain's history. The evolution from the Roman sexuality, where the sexual act and power relationships enge... ...d Francisco Franco's regime, which precipitated a strong repression of the LGBT community in Spain. When the regime ended, the process resumed, althou... ...ing the early Roman Empire. This is proved by a law in the Theodosian Code from the Christian emperors Constantius and Constans which was passed on 16... ... he talks about anal and vaginal penetration, and about receiving fellatio from both men and women. Another example is Hadrian, one of the Roman emp... ...and Italian ("Per Lei Contro Di Lei") versions. The song was a huge hit in France in 1990 where reached #1 in charts during seven weeks. The song was ... ...er way of feeling), or Tontxu in "¿Entiendes?" (Do you understand?). Other artists with the most diverse styles also used the theme, as "El cielo no e...

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LGBT history in Russia

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... The history of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people (LGBT) in Russia and its historical antecedents (i.e., the Soviet Union, the... ...e enacted criminalising certain sexual acts between two males; however, an LGBT subculture developed in Russia during that century, with many signific... ... 2 Soviet Union 2.1 LGBT rights following the Revolution: 1917–1933 ... ... Dmitry I" was overthrown his broken body was dragged through the streets, from his genitals, alongside his reputed male lover.[2] ... ...r north of Russia.[5] The relatively high number of openly gay or bisexual artists and intellectuals continued on into the late nineteenth century. ... ...e was a degree of government tolerance extended to certain gay or bisexual artists and intellectuals, especially if they were on friendly terms with t... ...ot widely expressed among the Russian people and that it was also divorced from any endorsement of LGBT rights. While other nations, most notable Germ... ... during this era, the most visible example of Russian homosexuality, aside from literature, was prostitution. Russian urbanization... ...r north of Russia.[5] The relatively high number of openly gay or bisexual artists and intellectuals continued on into the late nineteenth century. ...

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LGBT history in Switzerland

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...e same sex was held in various levels of legal contempt. Today, the modern LGBT rights movement in Switzerland is related to the larger international ... ...ises 3.2 1940s: Exemption from punishment and retreat ... ... 3.5 1970s: Second, radical LGBT movement 3.6 24 June ... ...ty to Helvetik With the Christianization of Switzerland from the 3rd Century AD, sodomy (anal intercourse), and especially homosexu... ...nt. In 1416 in Basel, the Dominican Heinrich von Rheinfelden was protected from prosecution by the Grand Council by his order, despite evidence of hom... .... "Liberal champion" The history of LGBT emancipation began in 1836, with the publication of a book by Heinrich... ... rallies, there are four days of street festivals and cultural events with artists, political events, lectures, readings and parties. As a political d... ...nstration parades and a subsequent rally. Often, the rally is supported by artists with performances on stage. In addition, the political message of t... ... rallies, there are four days of street festivals and cultural events with artists, political events, lectures, readings and parties. As a political d...

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Violence against LGBT people

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... Indian rolling LGBT hate crime Lave... ... Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people ... ... LGBT history Timeline ... ...eriod, the penalty for sodomy was usually death. During the modern period (from the 19th century to the mid-20th century) in the Western world, the pe... ... Laws and codes prohibiting homosexual practice were in force in Europe from the fourth[8] to the twentieth centuries, and Muslim countries have ha... ...[8] to the twentieth centuries, and Muslim countries have had similar laws from the beginnings of Islam in the seventh century up to and including the... ...f the strong anti-homosexual culture in Jamaica, many reggae and dancehall artists, such as Buju Banton, Elephant Man, Sizzla, have published song lyr... ...e to the violent, homophobic nature of some of their songs, several reggae artists have been investigated by police for promoting anti-gay violence. S... ...es have started the group Reggae Compassionate Act, which states that "the artists promise not to produce music or make public statements inciting hat...

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LGBT culture in Mexico

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... Cable television shows tend to be more open when dealing with LGBT issues. Aside from American TV shows, such as sitcom Will & Grace,... ...television shows tend to be more open when dealing with LGBT issues. Aside from American TV shows, such as sitcom Will & Grace, drama series The L... ...ic videos network Telehit has continuously produced TV shows targeting the LGBT community since the early 2000s. Desde Gayola, bro... ...mmunity since the early 2000s. Desde Gayola, broadcast from 2001 to 2006, was a Mexican sketch comedy TV series that criticized th... ..., among others. Produced by Horacio Villalobos, Desde Gayola featured many LGBT characters, including Manigüis (Carlos Rangel), a stereotypical gay ma... ... Frida Kahlo, openly bisexual, is one of the most important artists in modern Mexican art. In the picture, Kahlo appears with her world... ...-famous husband Diego Rivera. Several artists, known as bisexual or homosexual, were reluctant to express their s... ...an art, member of Los Contemporáneos, and lover of Villaurrutia, abstained from painting male nudity, even though he was known to be homosexual.[30] ... ...icon due to her fighter and non-conformist nature.[32] Her work is seen by artists and critics alike as a crucial contribution to the deconstruction o...

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LGBT culture in Japan

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...s a long historical footprint, and media which either appeal to or feature LGBT people are present in Japanese culture. ... ... an image as part of their public persona. A number of artists, nearly all male, have begun to speak publicly about their homosexu... ... television advertisement spokesperson for many Japanese companies ranging from beauty to financial products.[2] Kenichi Mikawa, a former pop idol sin... ...an alternative to more sexual content). The phrase "shōnen-ai", translated from Japanese in the past as "boy love", is used to describe non-sexual hom... ...n equal relationship. Another common term for this genre is bara, stemming from the name of the first publication of this genre to gain popularity in ... ... LGBT in Japan ... ... Aomori International LGBT Film Festival ... ... France (Paris) ... ... an image as part of their public persona. A number of artists, nearly all male, have begun to speak publicly about their homosexu...

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Timeline of LGBT history

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...The following is a timeline of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) history. Cont... ...g the sexual depictions in Neolithic and Bronze Age drawings and figurines from the Mediterranean are, as one author describes it, a "third sex" human... ...al relations between adult aristocrats and adolescent boys; an inscription from Crete is the oldest record of the social institution of paiderastia am... ...ury BCE ca. 540–530 BCE – Wall paintings from the Etruscan Tomb of the Bulls (Italian: Tomba dei Tori), found in 189... ...risks. Ivo accused Rodolfo, archbishop of Tours, of convincing the King of France to appoint a certain Giovanni as bishop of Orléans. Giovanni was wel... ... Karl Heinrich Ulrichs (1825–1895), a pioneer of LGBT rights 1800s – The... ...ischarged gay veterans form the Veterans Benevolent Association, the first LGBT veterans' group.[76] Gay bar Yanagi opened in Japan.[77] ... ...mps were produced in Finland, celebrating one of the country's most famous artists - Tom of Finland. Art critic Estelle Lovatt says "the stamps are a ... ... ^ Dickinson, Chris (2000). "Country Undetectable: Gay Artists in Country Music". Journal of Country Music XXI (1): 28–39. Retriev...

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LGBT themes in mythology

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...Part of a series on LGBT themes in mythology ... ... LGBT themes in fairy tales ... ...emes in fairy tales LGBT themes in comics ... ...sus, a god gestated in the thigh of his father Zeus, after his mother died from being overwhelmed by Zeus's true form.[24] Other gods are sometimes co... ...ied as the patron of lesbians.[25] Aphroditus was an androgynous Aphrodite from Cyprus, in later mythology became known as Hermaphroditus the son of H... ...osexual affection was severely punished in Celtic culture due to influence from Christianity,[33] and suggests that any non-procreative sexual experie... ...omoerotic adoration of Lancelot . The Lais of Marie de France also include an episode with the knight Lanval who is accused by Gui... ...rating his body, and the look on his face of rapturous pain have intrigued artists (gay or otherwise) for centuries, and began the first explicitly ga... ...rating his body, and the look on his face of rapturous pain have intrigued artists (gay or otherwise) for centuries, and began the first explicitly ga...

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LGBT writers in the Dutch-language area

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... LGBT writers in the Dutch-language area are writers from de Lage Landen, that is Flanders and the Netherlands, ... ...Gerrit Komrij and Tom Lanoye became the leading names. Most of these LGBT writers are Dutch-language writers contributing to Dutch... ...eration 4.2 Next generation of Dutch-language LGBT writers 4.3 P... ... - comic strips 4.4 Writing for youngsters on LGBT topics 4.5 Ge... ...these topics was usually either pornographic or in terms of condemnable (religious) sin. From the 19th century these subjects were also more often tre... ...nightmare that continues after waking up,[9] and looked for Eekhoud as an ally to escape from this narrowminded society[10] when dedicating his "rape ... ...ature on the subject was however borrowed from foreign examples, mostly from Germany and France.[14] From 1897 to 1908 Arnold Alet... ...c novel in 2001.[55] The gay kiss in that comic didn't go unnoticed.[56] The Dutch comic artists Floor De Goede, Ype Driessens and Abe Borst are mostl...

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List of LGBT periodicals

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...urnals and newspapers) aimed at the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender ( LGBT ) demographic by country . Australia The most comprehensive h... ...T ) demographic by country . Australia The most comprehensive holdings of LGBT periodicals is found at the Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives, ... ... Triangle Press; ) Out of printAngles at first called just Gay, then LG, then LGBT magazine (Vancouver 1985–1997) The Body Politic (Toronto: Pink Tr... ...y distribution, launch 1993 Costa Rica , Curridabat, launch 1996, San Jose France , launch 1995, launch 2004, free Out of print, 1979–1982 Geor... ...ent., Print and online magazine; a voice for unseen, unheard, and undiscovered artists within the LGBT community., The magazine for GLBT artist & musi... ...he magazine for GLBT artist & musicians, South Florida, covering LGBT activism from the intelligent view., Ohio, launch 1985, Albany, New York, Califo...

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List of people from Brighton and Hove

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...m actress Lived at 3 Courtney Terrace, Hove from 1977 until her death in 1990 Commemorat... ... bands Lush and Sing-Sing Lived in Brighton from 2008 [14] ... ...ht and political activist Lived in Brighton from 1990 [34] ... ...t claimant to the throne of Spain and Legitimist claimant to the throne of France — lived in Hove c.1870s – 1887, where he died; funeral mass held in ... ... Nicholas Tettersell, ferried Charles II to exile in France Angela Thirkell, buried in St Margaret's Ch... ...n areas LGBT community ... ... Artists Open Houses ...

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Vichy France

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...h territories under German military administration (northern France only 1940–44, southern part also, 1942–44) ... ... The gradual loss of all Vichy territory to Free France and the Axis powers. Legend. ... ...formal capital of the French State, though the Vichy regime never operated from it. b. ... ...vernment of Marshal Philippe Pétain's regime 1940–44, during World War II. From 1940 to 1942, while nominally the government of France as a whole, Vic... ...er of French territory in the Alps was under direct Italian administration from June 1940 to September 1943. Throughout the rest of the country, civil... ...6–54) with the Foreign Legion instead of prison. Among artists, singer Tino Rossi was detained in Fresnes prison, where, according... ... LGBT ... ...6–54) with the Foreign Legion instead of prison. Among artists, singer Tino Rossi was detained in Fresnes prison, where, according... ... LGBT ...

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Theatre of France

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...toine Watteau (c.1720) The theatre of France has a long and eventful history dating back to the Middle Ages. ... ...ain controversial, but the idea of a continuous popular tradition stemming from Latin comedy and tragedy to the 9th century seems unlikely. ... ...Christmas and Easter (see Mystery play), plays were eventually transferred from the monastery church to the chapter house or refectory hall and finall... ...lay and a Saint Stephen play. Dramatic plays in French from the 12th and 13th centuries: Le Jeu d'Ad... ... Genres of theatre practiced in the Middle Ages in France: Farce - a realistic, humorous, and ev... ... (Paris) - Mystery plays Genres of theatre practiced in the Middle Ages in France: Farce - a realistic, humorous, and even coarse ... ...) and doomed noble characters (rebel princes and outlaws) or misunderstood artists (Vigny's play based on the life of Thomas Chatterton). ... ...) and doomed noble characters (rebel princes and outlaws) or misunderstood artists (Vigny's play based on the life of Thomas Chatterton). ... ... LGBT ...

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Louis XV of France

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...in 1730 King of France and Navarre Reign ... ...rincess Henriette Princess Louise Louis, Dauphin of France Philippe, Duke of Anjou Princess Marie Adéla... ... Father Louis, Dauphin of France Mother ... ... a monarch of the House of Bourbon who ruled as King of France and Navarre from 1 September 1715 until his death. He succeeded his great-grandfather L... ...cousin twice removed patrilineally. Cardinal Fleury was his chief minister from 1726 until the Cardinal's death in 1743, at which time the young king ... ...ans As regent, Orléans conducted affairs of state from his Palais Royal. The young Louis XV was moved to the modern lodgings ... ...rcelain manufacturers in Europe, and her commissions ensured the living of artists and families of craftsmen for many years. She was also a prominent ... ... LGBT ...

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Louis XIV of France

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... (1701) King of France and Navarre Reign ... ... Father Louis XIII of France Mother ... ... 1638 Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France Died ... ... a monarch of the House of Bourbon who ruled as King of France and Navarre from 1643 until his death.[1] His reign of 72 years and 110 days is the lon... ... continued his predecessors' work of creating a centralized state governed from the capital. He sought to eliminate the remnants of feudalism persisti... ... of Devolution and the War of the Reunions. Louis encouraged and benefited from the work of prominent political, military, and cultural figures such a... ...Louis also patronised the visual arts by funding and commissioning various artists, such as Charles Le Brun, Pierre Mignard, Antoine Coysevox and Hyac... ...al towns as physical manifestations of his rule. He also commissioned "war artists" to follow him on campaigns to document his military triumphs. To r... ... LGBT ...

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Charles X of France

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... c.1829 King of France and Navarre Reign ... ... Charles Philippe de France ... ... Father Louis, Dauphin of France Mother ... ... as the Count of Artois before he reigned as King of France and of Navarre from 16 September 1824 until 2 August 1830.[1] An uncle of the uncrowned Ki... ... then part of the Austrian Empire.[2] He was the last of the French rulers from the senior branch of the House of Bourbon descended from King Henry IV... ...ent to the French throne). Their mother Marie Josèphe, who never recovered from the loss of her husband, died in March 1767 from tuberculosis.[4] This... ... Charles X distributing awards to artists exhibiting at the salon of 1824 at the Louvre ... ... LGBT ...

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Francis I of France

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... King of France Reign ... ... Francis III, Duke of Brittany Henry II of France Madeleine, Queen of Scots Charles, Duke of Orl... ...rch 1547) was a monarch of the House of Valois who ruled as King of France from 1515 until his death. He was the son of Charles, Count of Angoulême, a... ...f the arts, he initiated the French Renaissance by attracting many Italian artists to work on the Château de Chambord, including Leonardo da Vinci, wh... ... As Francis was receiving his education, ideas emerging from the Italian Renaissance were influential in France. Some of his tutors... ...ouvre Palace, was begun. Francis patronized many great artists of his time, including Andrea del Sarto and Leonardo da Vinci; the ... ... as La Joconde), and these remained in France after his death. Other major artists to receive Francis' patronage included the goldsmith Benvenuto Cell... ...als. Francis set an important precedent by opening his library to scholars from around the world in order to facilitate the diffusion of knowledge. ... ... LGBT ...

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Music of France

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... a series on the Culture of France ... ... History France in the Middle Ages • Early Modern France • Ancien Régime • Fren... ...e world, and its music industry has produced many internationally renowned artists, especially in the nouvelle chanson and electronic music. ... ... or tragédie en musique - see (French lyric tragedy). His first was Cadmus from 1673. Lully's forays into operatic tragedy were accompanied by the pin... ...s to this day, and was the first to take the role of leading the orchestra from the position of the first violin. The French compo... ...artók and Igor Stravinsky. Erik Satie was also a very significant composer from that era. His music is difficult to classify but sounds surprisingly a... ...in French) and is still very popular in France. Some of the most important artists included: Gilbert Bécaud, Monique Serf (Barbara), Léo Ferré, Charle... ...aret singers was Suzanne Robert. During the 1970s, new artists modernized the chanson Française (Michel Fugain, Renaud, Francis Ca... ... LGBT ...

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Henry IV of France

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... King of France Reign ... ... Spouse Margaret of France Marie de' Medici ... ...Vendôme Catherine Henriette de Bourbon Louis XIII of France Elisabeth, Queen of Spain Christine, Duchess... ...known by the epithet "Good King Henry", was King of Navarre (as Henry III) from 1572 to 1610 and King of France from 1589 to 1610. He was the first Fr... ... As a French "prince of the blood" by reason of his descent from King Louis IX, he ascended the throne of France upon the death of his ... ...se him as the legitimate successor.[9] Salic law barred the king's sisters from inheriting and all others who could claim descent through the female l... ...y IV, a promoter of the arts by all classes of people, invited hundreds of artists and craftsmen to live and work on the building's lower floors. This... ... LGBT ...

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Music of Turkey

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... The music of Turkey includes diverse elements ranging from Central Asian folk music to influences from Arabic music, Byzantine mu... ...ortheastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea, and is a crossroad of cultures from across Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, the Caucasus and South a... ...Westernization.[1] With the assimilation of immigrants from various regions the diversity of musical genres and musical instrument... ... remembered both by the names of their interpreters and by their creators, artists such as Peruz, Shamran, Kamelya, Eleni. Küçük and Büyük Amelya, Mar... ...ulelhan (Istanbul Conservatory of Music) had long been turning out trained artists. Western lifestyles and Western-style art put p... ... the theaters of Galata and Direklerarası were closed down. Turkish female artists were unreceptive to kanto's inherent ribairy and chose to keep thei... ... LGBT ... ...Finland France G...

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