Vintage gay

"in love in provincetown, 1936" source: woolfandwilde.com

“in love in provincetown, 1936”
source: woolfandwilde.com

I’m toying with making this a weekly post. Let me know your thoughts.

I want to dedicate this and future posts, featuring vintage gay photos, to the men and women who lived in a more critical time where being true to yourself and loving who you want wasn’t always an option and came at a great price.

19 responses to “Vintage gay

  1. Fantastic. Go ahead!!!

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  2. Love it!

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  3. It’s a great idea – go for it.

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  4. This is a great idea. Did you see Bianchi’s post card book on P’town in the 60’s and 70’s? That was memory lane for me. Yes, I’m that old!

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  5. You should!

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  6. Great idea. I think it’s important for all of us, but young gay people in particular, to know something about gay history. … their “heritage,” so to speak. It may help broaden and deepen their sense of identity and, maybe, their ethical/moral purpose in the world. There’s a history of oppression and political/social activism that many young gay people who take their “rights” for granted need to know more about….. Good luck.

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  7. Please do this! I appreciate where we are headed, as a community, but we all-too-often forget about where we’ve been.

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  8. I think we don’t celebrate our history enough and that it’s a great idea.

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  9. Yes please!

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  10. ivansblogworld

    Brilliant idea. Ivan

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  11. I concur with the others!

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  12. nicholaskelly814@gmail.com

    I believe these type photos as a weekly feature is a great idea. If you don’t know where you are coming from, you won’t know where you are going.

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  13. I like it!

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  14. As one approaching vintage-hood myself, I think this is worth pursuing.

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  15. Great idea!

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  16. Good morning, BosGuy.

    I think this is a fantastic feature, and I certainly would love seeing it as a regular “column” on your blog.

    Yes, please do it. Thank you.

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  17. I like the idea of a weekly vintage post!

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  18. Great idea! Adds a pictorial narrative where there is none or one lacking. Thank you for your ongoing creative blog.

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