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List of LGBT rights activists

A list of notable LGBT rights activists who have worked to advance gay rights by political change, legal action or publication. Ordered by country, alphabetically.

Contents

  • Australia 1
  • Brazil 2
  • Bulgaria 3
  • Cameroon 4
  • Canada 5
  • China, People's Republic of 6
  • China, Republic of (Taiwan) 7
  • Colombia 8
  • France 9
  • Germany 10
  • India 11
  • Iran 12
  • Ireland 13
  • Italy 14
  • Lithuania 15
  • Mexico 16
  • Philippines 17
  • Poland 18
  • Romania 19
  • Russia 20
  • Sierra Leone 21
  • Uganda 22
  • United Kingdom 23
  • United States of America 24
  • See also 25
  • References 26
  • Further reading 27

Australia

Brazil

Bulgaria

Cameroon

Canada

China, People's Republic of

China, Republic of (Taiwan)

Colombia

France

Germany

India

Iran

Ireland

Italy

Lithuania

Mexico

Philippines

Poland

Romania

Russia

Sierra Leone

Uganda

United Kingdom

United States of America

See also

  • List of LGBT rights organizations


References

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Further reading

  • Miller, Neil (1995). Out of the Past: Gay and Lesbian History from 1869 to the Present. New York: Vintage Books.  
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