Talk:Daughters of Bilitis

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DOB Cambridge, MA[edit]

My partner imforms me that that she was a member of the DOB chapter in Cambridge MA up to 1992 and that is was very much alive and well, back then. I have updated the reference in the main article to reflect this. The Old Cambridge Baptist Church website states that the group was still in existence in 2004.

Fluffball70 12:20, 24 February 2007 (UTC)

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Opinion/ambiguity[edit]

I'm not sure how to fix this but I thought I would throw this out for opinion. The statement "The years after the end of World War II were some of the most socially repressive in US history." is both an opinion and ambiguous, not a statement of fact. The following line "Postwar anti-communist feelings became quickly associated with personal secrets of people who worked for the US government." should at least have some sort of citation on it and is also vague. I don't feel that I have the requisite knowledge of this subject to properly fix this issue but it needs to be addressed. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 71.114.175.228 (talk) 15:25, 4 February 2011 (UTC)

It's neither an opinion nor ambiguous. It's cited to Barry Adam and explained in the rest of the paragraph. --Moni3 (talk) 15:08, 5 February 2011 (UTC)

When was the first meeting? October Vs. September; When Was ECHO Conference? 63 or 64[edit]

  1. October 1955 as written in Tobin, Kay, Wicker, R. The Gay Crusaders. Arno Press, 1975, p.50. OR September 1955 as written in Marcia M. Gallo. Winds of Change: The Daughters of Bilitis and Lesbian Organizing, 2005. ?
    other sources: sep. oct Neukoln (talk) 08:37, 9 August 2011 (UTC)
  2. References#30 is from 1963 while the conference was according to the article in 1964. Neukoln (talk) 12:09, 11 August 2011 (UTC)