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Queer History

Welcome to our Queer History section. Here lies a powerful timeline, a living testament to the resilience and diversity of the LGBTQ+ community. Each moment, each figure we showcase, isn't just history—it's a call to action.

Look around: every illustration, available as prints, T-shirts, mugs, and more, is your opportunity to make a statement. To weave Queer History into the fabric of your daily life, to carry our stories into the world. These aren't just items; they're tools for change, pieces of a movement you take into your home, your office, your life.

While February marks LGBTQ+ History Month in the UK, our fight, our visibility, doesn't end there. It's every day, all year round. Our timeline doesn't just grow monthly—it's a constant reminder that our history is happening now, and it demands recognition.

Bring a piece of this fight into your space. Whether it's art that sparks conversation in your office, a mug that brings our stories into your morning routine, or a T-shirt that broadcasts your allegiance, each item is a step towards normalisation, towards acceptance.

The more we flood our lives with the icons and tales of Queer History, the closer we get to a society where LGBTQ+ individuals are not just accepted but celebrated. This is your call to action. Embed Queer History into your life, and be a part of the movement towards a world that recognises us every day of the year.

Act now. Make history.

610 BCE

Sappho

The Lesbian Poet of the classical age...

Sappho

5 AD

The Warren Cup

The Warren cup aka proof of gay love in ancient times...

The Warren Cup

1986

SOPHIE

Gone too soon but we can never forget SOPHIE...

SOPHIE

1981

Audrey Tang

Audrey Tang is changing Taiwan...

Audrey Tang

1958

Kieth Haring

Graffiti Artist who changed the world of design...

Kieth Haring

1955

Paul O'Grady (Lily Savage)

There will only ever be one Lily Savage...

Paul O'Grady (Lily Savage)

1938

Lynn Conway

The Legacy of Trans activist and Tech Legend Lynn Conway...

Lynn Conway

1912

Alan Turing

The genius who helped end the war and the tragedy that befell him...

Alan Turing

1907

Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo was the very definition of genius and intersectionality...

Frida Kahlo

1901

Marlene Dietrich

Marlene Dietrich, a figure synonymous with glamour and defiance of gender norms.

Marlene Dietrich

1886

Ma Rainey

The life and times of The Mother Of Blues...

Ma Rainey
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