December 11 in LGBTQ History

1973: Gay Activist Mark Allan Segal interrupts a live broadcast of the CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite by holding up a sign that reads “Gays Protest CBS Prejudice”.

1975: George Moscone is elected Mayor of San Francisco.

1982: San Francisco mayor Dianne Feinstein vetoes a domestic partnership bill.

1986: Austin, TX passes an ordinance prohibiting discrimination against people with AIDS in employment, housing, business, medical care and public services.

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