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The film producer said people in the crowd shouted homophobic slurs as the results came in.He told Calgary Metro: ‘They were hurling homophobic slurs and allegedly saying things like: ‘We got a new president you fucking faggots”.’ Later that evening, he left the bar alone and was reportedly jumped by a group of men in an alley way. Mac Pherson, shared on Facebook horrific images of Chris after the attack – accusing Trump of spreading hate.“So it was very courageous of them to create that space.And I argue that that was really the dawn of a formal gay community in Calgary, where people started thinking about their rights and agitating for change.” In 2012, Allen began the Calgary Gay History Project as a way to understand the “secret lives” of Calgary’s LGBTQ community in the 50s and 60s.After another classified ad was placed a few weeks later by a “gay dating association” from Toronto, asking for ‘handling money’ in return for sharing names of ‘gay boys and gay girls,’ the author of the first anonymous ad came forward – although with first name only, as Ramonn – in a letter to the editor.Two men have been charged after allegedly defrauding eight men in Calgary and Edmonton after meeting them through online dating sites and then stealing their debit and credit card codes.His talk, focused on “Homosexuality [as a] Police Industry,” took place against the backdrop of evolving social attitudes in Canada on the subject of decriminalization of homosexuality: a few months later, in May 1969, the new federal government of Pierre Trudeau passed Criminal Code changes that decriminalized private same-sex acts between consenting adults.
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