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    Typeverything.com

    Grow the fuck up – Cut and welded found metal by David Buckingham.


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    Kate O'Brien


    Oscar Wilde


    Sir Roger Casement

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    LGBTQ* People You Should Know

    The Lavender Leaders of the Emerald Isle

    -Irish LGBTQ* Individuals You Should Know-

    Kate O’Brien (1897-1974)

    Born in Limerick, receiving her education at University College in Dublin, O’Brien parted ways from her husband as she became more comfortable with her lesbian identity. Her first novel, Without My Cloak (1931), won the Hawthornden and James Tait Black prizes in literature. Her following novels would later focus on the struggle of Catholic views and individual freedom for women when paired again the role of family and maintaining society’s standards.

    Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)

    Still considered one of the wittiest playwrights of all time, Oscar Wilde made a name for himself with his quick-paced, sarcastic works which mimicked the very patrons who drove to purchase tickets.

    Wilde is often remembered most for his trial. How did it all begin? Ironically(?)

     Wilde sued the marquees of Queensberry after Queensberry called Wilde a sodomite (Wilde was having an affair with Queensberry’s son, Lord Douglas). After taking Queensberry to court for libel (and after losing the trial) the government then came after Wilde for “crimes against nature.” Wilde would go on to lose again, being sentenced to two years of hard labor.

    Sir Roger Casement (1864-1916)

    Casement was actively involved in the nationalist movement from a young age. He joined the Irish military during WWI and assisted in securing aid for the Irish through the war. 

    Casement is most known for his writings. In a series of his work, he brought light to the plantation owners in the Congo and the acts carried out against unrepresented workers. He is also known for his diaries which he chronicled his love affairs with men throughout his travels and the world.

    Casement was hanged for treason, seeking Independence for all and refusing to be shamed by his homosexual history.



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    Sarah Goodridge, 1828

    (American, 1788–1853)

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    © Jordi Gual


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