Or Cousin Harvey, who went off to Europe in the s and was never heard from again. What happened to these people? What did they make of their lives? Why were they excised from the annals of family histories? Weissman chose seven men between 72 and 86 to interview; each became the subject of a to minute film.
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The gaps and omissions are not intentional, but they may be inevitable after a year erasure of life and art. As the world spins on and art renews us, the absences remain. Ken Coupland, died Jan. Designer, illustrator and filmmaker.
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The city itself has, among its many nicknames, the nicknames "gay capital of the world" and "the gay Mecca", and has been described as "the original 'gay-friendly city'". These transient and diverse populations thrust into a relatively anarchic environment were less likely to conform to social conventions. For example, with an unbalanced gender ratio, men often assumed roles conventionally assigned to women in social and domestic settings. Cross-gender dress and same-sex dancing were prevalent at city masquerade balls where some men assumed the traditional role of women going so far as to wear female attire. Cross-dressing is still an important part of LGBT culture in the city today.
David B. Goodstein, former publisher of The Advocate, a national publication based in Los Angeles, who was a leading spokesman for homosexuals, died Saturday at Sharp Memorial Hospital in San Diego from complications after surgery for bowel cancer. He was 53 years old and lived in Malibu, Calif.