H o m o c o m

How many LGBT people took to the streets when they heard Californians had squelched same-sex marriage? How many people lobbied for hate crimes laws after images of a murdered Mathew Shepard hit the press?

What mobilized colonists in the American fight for independence as well as New York lesbians in their fight for visibility? It's simple -- pamphleteers, handbills, and wheatpasted signs.

Information and ideas make activists of us all.

To promote social change and broaden understanding of LGBT lives, Homocom focuses on communication. We offer venues for information, ideas, and opinions, share media skills through online resources, and recover queer history both for lost activist techniques and inspiration.

You want change? Break the silence.

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Goudou explosive (exploding dyke), Paris Pride, 2008.
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