91-Year-Old Gay Rights Pioneer Kay Lahusen Dies
This is definitely a story you’ll want to read. I didn’t know much about Kay Lahusen until I read it. And she was from an area near Philadelphia that I know very well. I really wish I had known more about her. This is definitely part of gay history.
Kay Lahusen, a pioneering gay rights activist who chronicled the movement’s earliest days through her photography and writing, has died. She was 91.
Here’s the rest. There’s a nice photo and a lot more information.
RIP A life well-lived.
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