November 26 in LGBTQ History

1978: ABC airs “A Question of Love”, a TV movie about lesbian lovers in a custody battle over their children-complete with ‘parental discretion advised’ warnings.

2003: In the United States Senate, the Federal Marriage Amendment is introduced by Wayne Allard of Colorado, Sam Brownback of Kansas, Jim Bunning of Kentucky, James Inhofe of Oklahoma, and Jeff Sessions of Alabama.

2003: In the United Kingdom, the Queen’s Speech, which gives the government’s program of legislation for the year ahead, includes a bill to allow Civil Partnerships for same-sex couples.

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