“No more Harry M. Koutoukas, Jackie Curtis, Candy Darling, Robert Beers, Marsha P. Johnson, International Chrysis, Douglas Fisher, Ritta Redd, Tony Ingrassia, Jack Smith, Charles Ludlam, Bunny Eisenhower, Frances Francine, Taylor Mead or the others—many others whose names even I have forgotten—names once famous in gay circles. They are mostly gone now, but I walk with them still and I know I always will.”
Read more of Penny’s essay, ‘An Old Queen’s Tale’ from Love, Christopher Street: Reflections of New York City (Vantage Point Books) edited by Thomas Keith.
via Lambda Literary
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