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Four The Pied Piper of Athena When I started teaching in 1968 I was “in the closet,” at least that’s the way I thought of it. Then the women’s movement began, and in 1969, Stonewall happened. And my students happened to me. 1 But that was before Charley Johns had terrorized the Tallahassee campus, before the dean of women (a tailored-suit lesbian) stamped “homosexual” on Penny’s permanent record, and before Penny’s transformation from Leninist atheist to Ayn Randian objectivist. Like Molly Bolt in Rubyfruit Jungle, Penny ﬂed Florida for New York City: “Moving to New York was the thing to do!
Later he asked me to dance, so we did and I loved it. 4 Led by the hard-nosed tactician Frank Kameny, the gentlemanly New York activist Dick Leitsch, and the tireless New York DOB president Barbara Gittings, Lige found himself captivated by the movement’s vision and energy: “The day after I met Jack I was in the Mattachine basement mimeographing newsletters. ”5 In the East Village apartment that spring day in 1971, Lige walked from the kitchen to the wooden writing table and began to read chapter 7 over Jack’s shoulder: Mart Crowley, author of The Boys in the Band, had a most peculiar notion of what goes on at gay parties.
Baker scholarship from DOB that covered book expenses. However, Julia found the Daughter’s meetings boring and insulting. During one of them, members discussed what they hoped to gain by demonstrating. ’ I said, ‘I won’t march for that. ’ ” Both Julia and her antagonist expressed anger over workplace discrimination and exclusion from traditionally male ﬁelds such as government service and the high-status professions. The last-minute inclusion of “sex” in the 1964 Civil Rights Act legitimated these issues.