Gay under the stall

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I n the early s, Pride marches in London looked dramatically different from the Pride we know now. Rather than spilling into every crevice of the city, with corporate floats and sponsored stages, the event was a protest march through the capital, ending in a festival-like party in a park, its location moving each year from Kennington to Brockwell to Victoria Park to Clapham Common. Organising under the name the Black Experience, this north London-based group transformed their social cruising and party network into what became known as the People of Colour tent. During its five-year lifespan, it attracted thousands of attendees. Lloyd Young In the late 80s, early 90s, there was an emerging network of Black gay men. We soon realised there was a need for our own spaces, and our private meetings extended into hosting parties, and [as a network] we became known as the Black Experience.

Larry Craig scandal

Cottaging - Wikipedia

Cottaging is a gay slang term, originating from the United Kingdom, referring to anonymous sex between men in a public lavatory a "cottage", [1] "tea-room" [2] , [3] or cruising for sexual partners with the intention of having sex elsewhere. The word "cottage", usually meaning a small, cosy, countryside home, is documented as having been in use during the Victorian era to refer to a public toilet and by the s its use in this sense had become an exclusively homosexual slang term. Cottages were and are located in places heavily used by many people such as bus stations , railway stations , airports and university campuses. In some heavily used cottages, an etiquette develops and one person may function as a lookout to warn if non-cottagers are coming.

Taiwan set to legalize gay marriage despite legislative hurdles

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The police officer who arrested Sen. Larry Craig, R-Idaho, in a men's restroom at the Minneapolis airport for allegedly looking to engage in gay sex wrote in his June report that he "recognized a signal used by persons wishing to engage in lewd conduct. Craig tapped his foot up and down and swiped his hand underneath the bathroom stall in which the undercover cop was sitting, according to the police report.