5 Important Places in Global LGBTQIA+ History
Ferro’s Bar, São Paulo, Brazil: Ferro’s Bar in São Paulo is the location where the “Brazilian Stonewall” took place.
Southern Mines, California, U.S: The Southern Mines of California were a hotspot for gold mining during the Gold Rush of the mid-19th century.
Homomonument, Amsterdam, Netherland: The design of the Homomonument in Amsterdam includes a formation of three pink triangles.
Admiral Duncan, London, England: The Admiral Duncan pub, a popular gay bar in London, was the site of a bombing on April 30, 1999, which claimed three lives and injured many.
Stonewall Inn, New York, U.S: Perhaps the most iconic site of LGBTQIA+ history in the U.S.