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  • OverviewPost-WWII Canada • Overview1960s Onward • Overview • Bill C-150 • LGBT Publications • Bathouse Raids and Riots • Pride Parades • LGBT Services • LGBT Rights
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  • years. A short run documentary series, Coming Out, became Canada's first LGBT television series when it aired on Maclean-Hunter cable in Toronto in 1972
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  • OverviewPost-WWII Canada • Overview1960s Onward • Overview • Bill C-150 • LGBT Publications • Bathouse Raids and Riots • Pride Parades • LGBT Services • LGBT Rights
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  • OverviewPost-WWII Canada • Overview1960s Onward • Overview • Bill C-150 • LGBT Publications • Bathouse Raids and Riots • Pride Parades • LGBT Services • LGBT Rights
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  • Canadian LGBT History A free wikibook for students, allies and activists This is the Canadian LGBT History wikibook. The goal of this wikibook is
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  • OverviewPost-WWII Canada • Overview1960s Onward • Overview • Bill C-150 • LGBT Publications • Bathouse Raids and Riots • Pride Parades • LGBT Services • LGBT Rights
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  • OverviewPost-WWII Canada • Overview1960s Onward • Overview • Bill C-150 • LGBT Publications • Bathouse Raids and Riots • Pride Parades • LGBT Services • LGBT Rights
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  • OverviewPost-WWII Canada • Overview1960s Onward • Overview • Bill C-150 • LGBT Publications • Bathouse Raids and Riots • Pride Parades • LGBT Services • LGBT Rights
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  • LGBT Young Adult Literature A Guide for Readers, Teachers, and Parents Welcome to the LGBT Young Adult Literature wikibook. This wikibook is intended
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  • same-sex marriage until April 2001). In 2006, the International Conference on LGBT Human Rights was held in Montreal, culminating with the issuance of the Declaration
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  • Welcome to the Glossary page of the LGBT Young Adult Literature wikibook. This page includes a list of all terms that might need explaining in this wikibook
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  • Please see: Wikibooks:Content Guidelines Those who wish to contribute to the LGBT Young Adult Literature wikibook should use accessible language, and always
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  • OverviewPost-WWII Canada • Overview1960s Onward • Overview • Bill C-150 • LGBT Publications • Bathouse Raids and Riots • Pride Parades • LGBT Services • LGBT Rights
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  • concepts, themes and plots explored in LGBT YA Literature. It covers the History of LGBT YA novels, as well as the LGBT movement and the origin of YA Literature
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  • OverviewPost-WWII Canada • Overview1960s Onward • Overview • Bill C-150 • LGBT Publications • Bathouse Raids and Riots • Pride Parades • LGBT Services • LGBT Rights
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  • OverviewPost-WWII Canada • Overview1960s Onward • Overview • Bill C-150 • LGBT Publications • Bathouse Raids and Riots • Pride Parades • LGBT Services • LGBT Rights
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  • OverviewPost-WWII Canada • Overview1960s Onward • Overview • Bill C-150 • LGBT Publications • Bathouse Raids and Riots • Pride Parades • LGBT Services • LGBT Rights
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  • OverviewPost-WWII Canada • Overview1960s Onward • Overview • Bill C-150 • LGBT Publications • Bathouse Raids and Riots • Pride Parades • LGBT Services • LGBT Rights
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  • Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit is a novel by Jeanette Winterson published in 1985, which she subsequently adapted into a BBC television drama. It is a
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  • transgender (LGBT) people. The movement for LGBT rights has no specific beginning in time or place, as laws and conditions which prevented or inhibited LGBT people
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