Pardon while I brag a bit about the Boston Gay Men’s Chorus (BGMC) which recently released a new 2 hour documentary that shares the positive impact BGMC has had in fighting homophobia here in the US and around the world through the power of their music and making their presence known.
The documentary, “Music Triumphs Homophobia,” shares the impact BGMC has had in recent years, traveling to and performing in places openly hostile to the LGBTQ+ community, like Poland, Turkey, and South Africa. I promise you’ll feel moved and inspired by the work this organization has done when you watch the documentary’s two minute trailer.
Where to watch: Amazon
I lived in Boston from April 97 until March 98th me and neither the partner I had when I moved there or the partner who left me in June and July of 97 98 I didn’t know anything about any gay community or clubs I would have joined I’m a gay man I’ve been out and proud since it’s January of 85 also a long time survivor of AIDS I have a lot of stories that I want to share with people and I don’t even know how to get started with it my name is Brian Lynch I’m 56 years old and live in Northampton Mass
Hi Brian, perhaps you’ would find value in connecting with The History Project