Idaho gay lesbian newspapers

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This page is especially focused on the s, but there is much more history to be told. Many of the interviews you find linked here were created by Denise Bennett and hosted by the Center for Digitial Inquiry and Learning at the University of Idaho. Located in the small town of Moscow, Idaho, the University of Idaho has for a long time stood out as a pocket of liberalism in a generally conservative state. Unlike their counterparts at Washington State University eight miles to the west, who spent much of the s waging battles over whether to recognize the organization Gay Awareness as an official student committee, University of Idaho students did not fight the battles for gay equality against the official UI student body. In , queer people in Moscow still attended Gay Awareness meetings at Washington State University in nearby Pullman, Washington because there was no formal organization in the city. NWGPA also started from humble origins.

The Gay & Lesbian Community Center of Boise, Idaho

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The Collection on Gay Life in Boise, Idaho consists of printed material and memorabilia, mainly from gay organizations beginning in Collection arranged in five series: 1. Miscellaneous documents; 2. Flyers, brochures, etc. Handbills, flyers, brochures, etc. Boise Gay Pride programs and magazines; and 5. MSS

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The Boise homosexuality scandal refers to a sweeping investigation of a supposed "homosexual underground" in Boise, Idaho that started in Beginning with the arrest of three men in October , the investigation broadened to encompass allegations that over young men and teenage boys had been involved in sexual acts with a ring of adult homosexual men. By the time the investigation wound down in January , some 1, people had been questioned, sixteen men faced charges, and fifteen of them were sentenced to terms ranging from probation to life in prison.