1974 in LGBT rights
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This is a list of notable events in the history of LGBT rights that took place in the year 1974.
- The city of Boulder, Colorado enacts an anti-discrimination ordinance that bars discrimination based on sexual preference. Following public outcry, the city council places a repeal measure up for a public vote, which results in the repeal of the ordinance.
- 1 — The U.S. state of Ohio repeals state sodomy laws.
- 11 — L'Association homophile de Montréal holds first meeting
- 15 — New York City theatre magazine After Dark bans the use of the word "gay" in advertisements.
- 19 — The Gay Women's Collective holds two-day lesbian conference at Montreal's women's centre.
- 11 — Richard North and Chris Vogel become first couple known to be married by the Unitarian Universalist Church. The Canadian government refuses to recognize their marriage.
- 5 — Elaine Noble becomes the first openly gay or lesbian individual to be elected to a state legislature in the U.S. when she is elected to the Massachusetts House of Representatives.
- Phelps, Timothy (1995-10-08). "Gay issues split Colorado cities". Eugene Register-Guard (Newsday). p. 8A. Retrieved 2009-08-30.
- Taylor, Carol (2008-11-14). "Taylor: Mayor controversial for support of gay rights". Colorado Daily (Colorado Daily).
- Gianoulis, Tina (2005-10-13). "Noble, Elaine". glbtq: An Encyclopedia of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Culture. Retrieved March 6, 2012.