Wednesday, 7 August 2013

Gay Liberation Front: Manifesto

The Gay Liberation Front Manifesto was a revolution in consciousness when it was published in London in 1971, and it remains revolutionary today. It offers a radical critique of sexism and what we now call homophobia; as well as a pioneering agenda for social and personal transformation...

Peter Tatchell chooses the 1971 Gay Liberation Front Manifesto for The Guardian series A Book That Changed Me.
Best line: "I did not write the manifesto, but..."
The Guardian helpfully provide a link to the revised 1978 edition.
You can read the original GLF manifesto here.

PS Peter Tatchell Irony Klaxon!!!

1 comment:

  1. Did he say "I did not write the manifesto, but I inspired the manifesto and I AM THE MANIFESTO!"