LGBT writers from the United States

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  1. A J Verdelle

    A J Verdelle

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    American writer

  2. A.M. Homes

    A.M. Homes

    29 views
    Novelist, memoirist

  3. A. Scott Berg

    A. Scott Berg

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    Biographer, journalist

  4. Aaron Copland

    Aaron Copland

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    American politician

  5. Aaron Fricke

    Aaron Fricke

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    Aaron Fricke is an American gay rights activist. He was born January 25, 1962 in Providence, Rhode Island. He is best known for the pivotal case in which he successfully sued his high school for not allowing him to bring his boyfriend, Paul Guilbert, to the senior prom at Cumberland High School in Cumberland, Rhode Island.


  6. Aaron Hamburger

    Aaron Hamburger

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    Aaron Hamburger (born 1973) is an American writer best known for his short story collection The View from Stalin's Head (2004) and novel Faith for Beginners (2005).


  7. Aaron Lawrence

    Aaron Lawrence

    2,150 views
    American pornographic actor

  8. Aaron Shurin

    Aaron Shurin

    1 view
    American poet

  9. Abigail Child

    Abigail Child

    2 views
    American, Director

  10. Abraham Higginbotham

    Abraham Higginbotham

    5 views
    American, Screenwriter

  11. Achy Obejas

    Achy Obejas

    14 views
    American writer

  12. Adam Block (journalist)

    Adam Block (journalist)

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    Adam Parker Block (February 7, 1951 – January 27, 2008) was a San Francisco-based writer and music critic for The Advocate, for which he wrote a regular column entitled Block on Rock. He interviewed numerous pop stars as well as lesser known music artists, helping to raise awareness of the emerging queercore movement. He died of pulmonary illness due to AIDS on January 27, 2008, aged 56, in San Francisco, California.


  13. Adam Haslett

    Adam Haslett

    13 views
    Fiction writer

  14. Adam Nagourney

    Adam Nagourney

    6 views
    American, Writer

  15. Adrienne Rich

    Adrienne Rich

    78 views
    American poet, essayist, feminist

  16. Alan Ball

    Alan Ball

    848 views
    American film director

  17. Alan Cumming

    Alan Cumming

    23,379 views
    Scottish actor

  18. Alan L. Hart

    Alan L. Hart

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    Alan L. Hart (October 4, 1890 - July 1, 1962) was an American physician, radiologist, tuberculosis researcher, writer and novelist. At birth, Hart was assigned female, but later realised he was a male. He was in 1917-18 one of the first female to male (FTM) transsexuals to undergo hysterectomy and gonadectomy in the United States, and lived the rest of his life as a man. He pioneered the use of x-ray photography in tuberculosis detection, and helped implement TB screening programs that saved thousands of lives.


  19. Alex Dimitrov

    Alex Dimitrov

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    Alex Dimitrov (born November 30, 1984) is an American poet and the founder of Wilde Boys, a queer poetry salon in New York City.


  20. Alex Ross (music critic)

    Alex Ross (music critic)

    6 views
    American music critic

  21. Alex Sánchez (author)

    Alex Sánchez (author)

    10 views
    American writer

  22. Alexander Chee

    Alexander Chee

    7 views
    American, Writer

  23. Alexander John Goodrum

    Alexander John Goodrum

    6 views

    Alexander John Goodrum (1960–2002) was an internationally known African-American transgender civil rights activist, writer, and educator. He was the founder and director of TGNet Arizona. He was a board member of the Tucson GLBT Commission, and the Funding Exchange's OUT Fund, which allocates an annual grant named after Goodrum to LGBT community organizing projects. Goodrum was bisexual, disabled, and a trans man, he wrote about his gender influencing spirituality. His "Gender Identity 101: A Transgender Primer" has been reprinted in various forms to educate mainstream society on basic questions regarding transsexual and transgender people. His work is carried on by the Southern Arizona Gender Alliance (SAGA).


  24. Alfred Corn

    Alfred Corn

    6 views
    American, Writer

  25. Alfred Kinsey

    Alfred Kinsey

    157 views
    American, Biologist

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