August 10 in LGBTQ History

1989:    Keith Haring reveals he has HIV. Prices for his art soar as collectors anticipate his death.

2010: The Supreme Court of Mexico ruled in quick succession that Mexico City’s same-sex marriage law is constitutional, that the same marriages contracted in Mexico City must be recognized throughout Mexico, although no other state is required to perform them, and that it is unconstitutional to bar these married same-sex couples from adopting children.

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