Oscar Wilde was a famous 19th century playwright, epigrammatist, poet, dandy and all around wit.
By: Austin from Boca Raton
By: Abbey from Mayfield Hights
Samuel Johnson once said, “Great works are performed, not by strength, but by perseverance.” This quote well describes Langston Hughes. Langston was a gay African American man who grew up hearing things like, “Be like them white folks”.
By: Eric from Elmhurst
James Baldwin was a famed African American novelist and essayist whose writings dealt with homosexual issues before the gay liberation movement.
LGBT Science Heroes
By: Edward Ortiz
was a brilliant scientist and mathematician who laid the theoretical groundwork for the first computer.
LGBT in Music
Pyotr IIyich Tchaikovsky
By: Yelda from Lawndale
“The creative process is like music which takes root with extraordinary force and rapidity”
LGBT Heroes in Dance
By: Angela from San Diego
By: Adra from San Diego
Alvin Ailey worked his way from a poor field worker to a famous choreographer.
By: Shannon from San Diego
Rudolph Nureyev was a legendary Russian ballet dancer.