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Gay Culture 1960s


“I wasn’t a great cinema or theatre-goer. My first connection was (the book) ‘Well of Loneliness’, which was banned, then a French film, ‘Bilitis’, which portrayed lesbians, then the classic film ‘The Killing of Sister George’, which I did see, which was quite candid and probably the earliest thing. The heterosexuals were very curious, it probably didn’t help!”

Contributed by: Pam Hudson, 63

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