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June 17, 1996 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Two dozen gay and lesbian couples exchanged vows and rings at a "wed-in" in symbolic ceremonies in New York City attended by hundreds of activists fighting for legalized same-sex marriages. Gloria Steinem called the fight for same-sex marriage inseparable from the pro-choice and feminist movement. "We are talking about the right of all individuals to form committed, loving, nurturing relationships," she said. Roy Strickland, 78, and William Wynkoop, 80, were among the couples to "wed."
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June 17, 1996 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Two dozen gay and lesbian couples exchanged vows and rings at a "wed-in" in symbolic ceremonies in New York City attended by hundreds of activists fighting for legalized same-sex marriages. Gloria Steinem called the fight for same-sex marriage inseparable from the pro-choice and feminist movement. "We are talking about the right of all individuals to form committed, loving, nurturing relationships," she said. Roy Strickland, 78, and William Wynkoop, 80, were among the couples to "wed."
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March 15, 1991 | From Associated Press
Charges of discrimination that threatened to keep the mayor from this year's St. Patrick's Day parade were settled Thursday when a group of Irish homosexuals agreed to march with another contingent. Members of one division of the Manhattan chapter of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, the group that runs the parade, invited the Irish Lesbian and Gay Organization to join them in Saturday's march along 5th Avenue. Mayor David N.
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March 15, 1991 | From Associated Press
Charges of discrimination that threatened to keep the mayor from this year's St. Patrick's Day parade were settled Thursday when a group of Irish homosexuals agreed to march with another contingent. Members of one division of the Manhattan chapter of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, the group that runs the parade, invited the Irish Lesbian and Gay Organization to join them in Saturday's march along 5th Avenue. Mayor David N.
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January 2, 1998 | JONATHAN LEVI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When in 1993 Gen. Colin Powell used his influence as Top Gun and his insulation as an African American to oppose lifting the ban on homosexuals in the armed forces, he put an ironic halt to a march toward gay and lesbian liberation that had begun half a century before.
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