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Partial Timeline of LGBT history from 1990 to 1995

Author: Robert Grummons
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the first open lesbian elected to a state Senate (Maine) 1990
1994 declared that Homosexuality no longer an illness
1993 first inaugural ball in America to ever be held in honor of gays and lesbians
One of three LGBT Organizations founded 1990 UK
One of Three Nations to Decriminalisation of homosexuality 1994
1992 one of three nations to enact Equalization of age of consent
City State to Decriminalisation of homosexuality in 1991
came out as a lesbian in 1993.
Repeal of Sodomy laws: Australian Territory 1993
first transgender elected to as state legislator to Massachusetts House of Representatives
One of four nations in 1993 to Decriminalisation of homosexuality
first professional footballer to come out in the press 1990
1992 declares Homosexuality no longer an illness
One of three LGBT Organizations founded 1990 USA
1992 International Lesbian & Gay Film Festival was held in
first openly lesbian African-American elected official, to the City Council in Seattle
first openly gay or lesbian federal judge 1994
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became the first openly gay or lesbian American to win an international Rhodes scholarship
1993 US pass Ban on gays serving openly in the military
Decriminalisation of homosexuality:Australian state of 1990
This nation voted End to ban on gay people in the military 1993
is first used as a symbol of the campaign against HIV/AIDS in 1991
decided to allow openly lesbian and gay rabbis and cantors 1990
march for lesbians and their straight female allies, planned by the Lesbian Avengers 1993
Passed the Equalization of age of consent in 1990
In 1993 first state to pass Anti-discrimination legislation known as (gender identity)
1992 one of three nations to enact Equalization of age of consent
In 1992 one of two nations to End to ban on gay people in the military