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This page is for recording the results of Wiki Loves Pride 2016.

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Articles


  1. 2016 Orlando nightclub shooting
  2. 2 Dope Queens, podcast
  3. 4th Man Out (2016), American comedy film
  4. A Queer History of the United States (2011)
  5. Mahsa Abdolzadeh, Austrian politician and political scientist
  6. Brandi Ahzionae, activist and advocate for transgender rights
  7. Ajamu X, British artist, curator, archivist and activist
  8. Amiga (album)
  9. Archives, Libraries, Museums, and Special Collections ALMS Conference
  10. Artemis Singers, lesbian feminist chorus
  11. Asturian Nationalist Council, Spain
  12. Behind Locked Doors (1991)
  13. Gloria Bigelow. American comedian, writer, and actress
  14. Boy Erased: A Memoir (2016), memoir by Garrard Conley
  15. Beth Brant
  16. Brazos River Bottom, Houston
  17. Aaron Brennan, fictional character
  18. Broadway for Orlando
  19. Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance
  20. Louise Stevens Bryant, American public health specialist
  21. Bullied to Death (2016), Italian American film
  22. Celebrities Nightclub, Vancouver
  23. Clare Byarugaba, Ugandan LGBT activist
  24. Call Me by Your Name (2007)
  25. Call Me by Your Name (film)
  26. Michael Cart
  27. case/lang/veirs, female supergroup featuring k.d. lang
  28. Geoffrey Chadsey, American artist
  29. James Chalgren, American gay activist
  30. June Chan, Asian-American lesbian activist and biologist
  31. "Change" (Christina Aguilera song) (2016)
  32. Chibados
  33. Meredith Chivers, Canadian sexologist
  34. Jean Chong, Singaporean LGBT rights activist
  35. Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Canada
  36. Charles H. Cochrane, American law enforcement officer
  37. Colectiva Lesbica Feminista Ayuquelen
  38. Come Out with Pride, Orlando, Florida
  39. Convent of Sinners (1986), Italian erotic film
  40. David A. Cooper, Australian HIV/AIDS researcher
  41. Cracks (novel)
  42. Elizabeth W. Crandall
  43. Anthony D'Augelli, LGB identity development theory
  44. Julie Sondra Decker
  45. Dirty Duck (Portland, Oregon)
  46. D'Arcy Drollinger
  47. Simon Dunn
  48. Melvin Dwork, American interior designer and LGBT activist
  49. Dyke Action Machine!
  50. Eagle Houston, Texas
  51. Estradiol phenylpropionate
  52. Josh Faught, American artist
  53. Fernanda Fernández, first known intersexual person in Spain
  54. FILE Megazine (1972–1989), Canadian magazine
  55. Kendra Fisher, women's ice hockey goaltender
  56. Flying Lesbians, German music group
  57. Michael Thomas Ford
  58. Fundación Mujeres en Igualdad
  59. Gay and Lesbian Memory in Action
  60. Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Round Table
  61. Gay romance
  62. GCC homosexuality test
  63. Gender identity under Title IX
  64. Geraldine (2000 film)
  65. Al Gerhardstein, American civil rights attorney
  66. Girlgov
  67. Girls for Gender Equity
  68. Ted Graber, American interior designer
  69. Norma Guillard
  70. Saleem Haddad, author of Guapa
  71. Jordan Hall (writer)
  72. Violet Hamilton
  73. Hana to Hina wa Hōkago
  74. A. Breeze Harper
  75. Jen Hatmaker
  76. Clement Haupers
  77. Ryan Heffington, American artist and choreographer
  78. Monica Helms
  79. Heteropatriarchy
  80. HIV/AIDS in New York City
  81. Homonationalism
  82. Honeyglue (2016), American romantic drama film
  83. Leah Horlick, Canadian poet
  84. How to Be Alone (film)
  85. Inle (Santería)
  86. Jack'd
  87. Aaron Jackson (activist)
  88. Andrea Jenkins
  89. Clare Johnson (writer)
  90. pattrice jones
  91. Saeed Jones
  92. Johnnie Jungleguts
  93. Ari Kane
  94. Valarie Kaur
  95. Kavanagh v. Canada (Attorney General)
  96. Christopher Kelly (author)
  97. Kimberly Nixon Rape Relief Case
  98. Sophie Labelle, transgender author, cartoonist, public speaker
  99. Ibtissam Lachgar, Moroccan activist and feminist
  100. Lambda Literary Award for Debut Fiction
  101. LEGABIBO
  102. Lesbian Health Initiative of Houston
  103. Lesbian Request Denied
  104. Lexa Pledge
  105. Saul Levin, South African psychiatrist, business executive
  106. LGBT culture in Austin, Texas
  107. LGBT culture in Seattle
  108. LGBT history in South Dakota
  109. LGBT in Chile
  110. LGBT state supreme court justices
  111. List of gay male teen novels
  112. List of LGBT bookstores
  113. List of polyamorous characters in fiction
  114. Joseph Lobdell
  115. Doug Locke, American singer-songwriter, model and actor
  116. Ruth Lockhart
  117. Laura A. Lopez
  118. Marie Luplau
  119. "Man Shouldn't Lie" (2016), television episode
  120. Marriage of Billie Ert and Antonio Molina
  121. Omar Mateen
  122. Hilda Matheson, pioneering talk radio director
  123. Marijane Meaker
  124. Christin Milloy, Canadian politician and LGBT activist
  125. Memories of a Penitent Heart (2016)
  126. Joelma Mendes
  127. Meteor (bar), Houston
  128. Philip Miller (composer)
  129. Good article nominee Montrose Center, Houston
  130. Montrose Mining Company, Houston
  131. Mordred, Bastard Son (2006), Arthurian fantasy novel
  132. Mother's Meat and Freud's Flesh (1984)
  133. Motsoalle
  134. Juliet Mphande, Zambian LGBT activist
  135. Mudoko dako
  136. Maki Muraki
  137. Ren Naying
  138. NBC Out
  139. Ned's Project
  140. Lesléa Newman
  141. Nicky da B, American rapper
  142. James Nightingale (Hollyoaks)
  143. No Sad Songs (1985), Canadian documentary film
  144. Numbers (Vancouver)
  145. "O Tempo não Pára" (1988)
  146. Geoffrey Ogwaro
  147. One Kiss (2016 film)
  148. OutSmart, LGBT magazine in Houston
  149. Marni Panas, Canadian LGBT activist
  150. Maura Pfefferman
  151. Pharmacological body alteration
  152. Portland Lesbian Choir, Oregon
  153. Ethel B. Power
  154. Pulse (nightclub), Orlando, Florida
  155. Quatrefoil Library
  156. Reactions to the 2016 Orlando nightclub shooting
  157. Graeme Reid (activist), South African scholar and activist
  158. A. Revathi
  159. Rich's Houston, Texas
  160. Catherine Roma
  161. Atlas Saarikoski
  162. Same-sex marriage in Morelos
  163. Sangama (human rights group)
  164. Shawn Stewart Ruff
  165. Scandals (gay bar), Portland, Oregon
  166. Samantha Sendel
  167. Beverly Shaw
  168. Cherdonna Shinatra
  169. Shura (singer)
  170. Ire'ne Lara Silva, Chicana feminist poet and writer
  171. Ellen Simpson, Canadian web series creator
  172. Breanna Sinclairé
  173. Catherine Hilda Duleep Singh
  174. Joanne N. Smith
  175. Social groups in male and female prisons in the United States
  176. Caro Soles
  177. Indigo Som
  178. South Dakota House Bill 1008 (2016)
  179. Larry Stanton, portrait artist
  180. Star Wars: Lords of the Sith (2015)
  181. Good article Starky's, Portland, Oregon
  182. State v. Whitmarsh (1910)
  183. Stonewall National Monument, New York City
  184. Robin Tanner (minister)
  185. The Center for Equality
  186. The Dresser (1983 film)
  187. The Junction (Vancouver)
  188. Throw shade (slang)
  189. Wilbert Ting Tolentino
  190. Trans Day of Revenge (2016)
  191. Transgender history
  192. Transgender HIV/Aids Prevention Program
  193. Transgender Memorial Garden
  194. TransRomantic Films
  195. Twin Cities Pride
  196. "Under These Lights"
  197. Vice Ganda filmography
  198. Saskia Wieringa
  199. Cecil Williams (anti-apartheid activist)
  200. Alyssa Wong
  201. Rona Yefman, Israeli artist based in New York City
  202. Young and Wild (2012 film)
  203. Zenith Foundation


Categories


  1. Category:2016 Orlando nightclub shooting
  2. Category:Anti–LGBT rights organizations in the United States
  3. Category:Books about LGBT history
  4. Category:Defunct LGBT drinking establishments in Oregon
  5. Category:Defunct LGBT nightclubs
  6. Category:Defunct LGBT nightclubs in California
  7. Category:Defunct LGBT nightclubs in Oregon
  8. Category:Defunct LGBT nightclubs in Texas
  9. Category:Defunct LGBT nightclubs in the United States
  10. Category:Defunct LGBT nightclubs in Washington (state)
  11. Category:Discrimination against LGBT people by country
  12. Category:Discrimination against LGBT people in Germany
  13. Category:Discrimination against LGBT people in the United States
  14. Category:Gay bathhouses in California
  15. Category:Gay bathhouses in New York (state)
  16. Category:Gay culture in New York (state)
  17. Category:Gay culture in Washington (state)
  18. Category:Lesbian culture in Oregon
  19. Category:Lesbian culture in Texas
  20. Category:Lesbian culture in the United States by state
  21. Category:LGBT adoption in the United States
  22. Category:LGBT artists from Cuba
  23. Category:LGBT artists from the Philippines
  24. Category:LGBT by former country
  25. Category:LGBT community centers in Maryland
  26. Category:LGBT community centers in Michigan
  27. Category:LGBT community centers in New York (state)
  28. Category:LGBT culture in Arizona
  29. Category:LGBT culture in Asia
  30. Category:LGBT culture in Colorado
  31. Category:LGBT culture in Connecticut
  32. Category:LGBT culture in Florida
  33. Category:LGBT culture in Georgia (U.S. state)
  34. Category:LGBT culture in Indiana
  35. Category:LGBT culture in Louisiana
  36. Category:LGBT culture in Minnesota
  37. Category:LGBT culture in New Jersey
  38. Category:LGBT culture in North Carolina
  39. Category:LGBT culture in Oklahoma
  40. Category:LGBT culture in Seattle
  41. Category:LGBT culture in Tennessee
  42. Category:LGBT culture in Utah
  43. Category:LGBT culture in Washington (state)
  44. Category:LGBT culture in Wisconsin
  45. Category:LGBT drinking establishments in New York (state)
  46. Category:LGBT drinking establishments in Oregon
  47. Category:LGBT drinking establishments in Washington (state)
  48. Category:LGBT events in Michigan
  49. Category:LGBT events in Mississippi
  50. Category:LGBT history in Florida
  51. Category:LGBT history in Georgia (U.S. state)
  52. Category:LGBT history in Idaho
  53. Category:LGBT history in Iowa
  54. Category:LGBT history in Kentucky
  55. Category:LGBT history in Massachusetts
  56. Category:LGBT history in Michigan
  57. Category:LGBT history in Oregon
  58. Category:LGBT history in South Dakota
  59. Category:LGBT history in Texas
  60. Category:LGBT history in the United States by state
  61. Category:LGBT history in Washington (state)
  62. Category:LGBT in American Samoa
  63. Category:LGBT in Barbados
  64. Category:LGBT monuments and memorials in Europe
  65. Category:LGBT monuments and memorials in the United States
  66. Category:LGBT nightclubs in Massachusetts
  67. Category:LGBT nightclubs in New Jersey
  68. Category:LGBT nightclubs in Seattle
  69. Category:LGBT nightclubs in Washington (state)
  70. Category:LGBT nightclubs in Washington, D.C.
  71. Category:LGBT parenting in the United States
  72. Category:LGBT people from American Samoa
  73. Category:LGBT rights in Barbados
  74. Category:Persecution of LGBT people by country
  75. Category:Persecution of LGBT people in Germany
  76. Category:Persecution of LGBT people in the United States
  77. Category:Pride parades in California
  78. Category:Pride parades in Georgia (U.S. state)
  79. Category:Pride parades in Michigan
  80. Category:Pride parades in Washington (state)
  81. Category:Pride parades in Texas
  82. Category:Stonewall National Monument
  83. Category:Transsexual pornographic film studios
  84. Category:Violence against LGBT people in the United Kingdom
  85. Category:Violence against LGBT people in the United States
  86. Category:Yuri (genre) comics
  87. Category:Yuri (genre) video games


Did you know?


Updated DYK query.svgOn 10 June 2016, Did you know was updated with a fact from the article Saul Levin. The fact was ... that Saul Levin is the first openly gay CEO of the American Psychiatric Association? The nomination discussion and review may be seen here.
Updated DYK query.svgOn 12 June 2016, Did you know was updated with a fact from the article Ruth Lockhart. The fact was ... that in 1988 Ruth Lockhart oversaw campus AIDS education programs like "Love Carefully Day", when flowers, candies, and condoms were distributed to students to give to "that special someone"? The nomination discussion and review may be seen here.
Updated DYK query.svgOn 13 June 2016, Did you know was updated with a fact from the article Louise Stevens Bryant. The fact was ... that Louise Stevens Bryant, a secretary for the Girl Scouts, also worked with the English sexologist Havelock Ellis? The nomination discussion and review may be seen here.
Updated DYK query.svgOn 18 June 2016, Did you know was updated with a fact from the article David A. Cooper. The fact was ... that David A. Cooper diagnosed the first case of HIV in Australia? The nomination discussion and review may be seen here.
Updated DYK query.svgOn 24 June 2016, Did you know was updated with a fact from the article Caitlyn Jenner. The fact was ... that 1976 Summer Olympics decathlon champion Caitlyn Jenner (pictured) was once a Playgirl magazine cover model? The nomination discussion and review may be seen here.
Updated DYK query.svgOn 26 June 2016, Did you know was updated with a fact from the article Motsoalle. The fact was ... that motsoalle is the term for socially acceptable, long-term relationships between Basotho women in Lesotho? The nomination discussion and review may be seen here.
Updated DYK query.svgOn 26 June 2016, Did you know was updated with a fact from the article Andrea Jenkins. The fact was ... that Andrea Jenkins plans to collect up to 400 hours of transgender oral history? The nomination discussion and review may be seen here.
Updated DYK query.svgOn 27 June 2016, Did you know was updated with a fact from the article June Chan. The fact was ... that a 1980s slide show of Asian lesbians in history and literature created by June Chan and Katherine Hall has been called "grassroots scholarship"? The nomination discussion and review may be seen here.
Updated DYK query.svgOn 1 July 2016, Did you know was updated with a fact from the article Pulse (nightclub). The nomination discussion and review may be seen here.
Updated DYK query.svgOn 1 July 2016, Did you know was updated with a fact from the article Omar Mateen. The fact was ... that Omar Mateen, who in June 2016 committed the deadliest mass shooting in the United States by a single gunman, previously appeared in the documentary film The Big Fix? The nomination discussion and review may be seen here.
Updated DYK query.svgOn 30 July 2016, Did you know was updated with a fact from the article Marriage of Billie Ert and Antonio Molina. The fact was ... that Billie Ert and Antonio Molina, a drag queen and former football star, respectively, in 1972 became the first same-sex couple to be married in Texas? The nomination discussion and review may be seen here.

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  2. Caldron (sex club), San Francisco: diff
  3. Catacombs (sex club), San Francisco: diff
  4. Causes of transsexuality: diff
  5. Margaret Chutich, American lawyer and judge: diff
  6. Cuff Complex, Seattle: diff
  7. Compton's Cafeteria riot: diff
  8. Margaret Cruikshank: diff
  9. Discrimination towards non-binary gender persons: diff
  10. Don't ask, don't tell: diff
  11. Down the Street, Asbury Park, New Jersey: diff
  12. Amal El-Mohtar: diff
  13. Escape Nightclub: diff
  14. Everard Baths, New York City: diff
  15. Federal Office Building (San Francisco, California): diff
  16. Gay Liberation Monument: diff
  17. Gaylaxicon: diff
  18. Genderqueer: diff
  19. Gerber/Hart Library: diff
  20. Halo (bar), Washington D.C.: diff
  21. Featured article Hands Across Hawthorne: diff (Guild of Copy Editors review), promoted to Featured article status
  22. History of violence against LGBT people in the United States: diff
  23. Hollywood Museum: diff
  24. Jean-Nickolaus Tretter Collection in Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Studies: diff
  25. Good article Caitlyn Jenner (before, after)
  26. Ronald Johnson (poet): diff
  27. June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives: diff
  28. Rives Kistler, American attorney and judge: diff
  29. Lavender (magazine): diff
  30. Lavender scare: diff (+ ca:Terror lila)
  31. Leather Archives and Museum: diff
  32. Barbara Lenk: diff
  33. LGBT culture in Houston: diff
  34. LGBT culture in Eugene, Oregon: diff
  35. LGBT culture in Portland, Oregon: diff
  36. LGBT in Islam: diff
  37. LGBT rights in Norway: diff
  38. LGBT rights in Portugal: diff
  39. LGBT rights in the Republic of Ireland: diff
  40. List of Justices of the South Dakota Supreme Court: diff
  41. List of LGBT rights activists: diff
  42. List of Orange Is the New Black characters: diff
  43. Los Angeles Pride: diff
  44. Monica Márquez: diff
  45. Mary's (Houston): diff
  46. Andrew J. McDonald: diff
  47. Sabrina McKenna: diff
  48. Mineshaft (gay club), New York City: diff
  49. Mission District, San Francisco: diff
  50. Lynn Nakamoto, American judge: diff
  51. New St. Marks Baths, New York City: diff
  52. Daniel Nicoletta: diff
  53. Ido Ostrowsky, American film producer: diff
  54. Phase 1 (bar), Washington, D.C.: diff
  55. Pride Center, Wilton Manors, Florida: diff
  56. Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act: diff
  57. Rainbow Health Initiative: diff
  58. Rainbow Motorcycle Club: diff
  59. Recognition of same-sex unions in Latvia: diff
  60. Good article Red Cap Garage, Portland, Oregon: diff
  61. Beth Robinson, American lawyer and judge: diff
  62. Good article Russian gay propaganda law: diff
  63. Same-sex marriage: diff
  64. Same-sex marriage in France: diff
  65. Same-sex union legislation: diff
  66. San Francisco LGBT Community Center: diff
  67. Seattle Men's Chorus: diff
  68. Seattle Pride: diff
  69. Bessie Smith: diff
  70. Scott Smith (activist): diff
  71. Theresa Sparks: diff
  72. Stonewall Inn: diff
  73. The Captive (play): diff
  74. The EndUp: diff
  75. Third gender: diff
  76. This Is It! (bar): diff
  77. Trans March: diff
  78. Karen Ulane: diff (+ ca:Karen Ulane)
  79. UpStairs Lounge arson attack: diff
  80. Waxie Moon, American documentary film: diff
  81. Mary Yu: diff


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2016 Capital Pride (Washington, D.C.)

2016 Orlando nightclub shooting

Pulse (nightclub)

ColognePride 2016

Gay Easter Parade, New Orleans, 2016

Mexico City Pride 2016‎

Oslo Pride Parade 2016

Portland Pride 2016 (Oregon)

Pride in London 2016

Roma Pride 2016

San Francisco Trans March

Stuttgart CSD

Vancouver Pride 2016

Davie Village, Vancouver


Punjabi-language Contributions

Main: pa:ਵਿਕੀਪੀਡੀਆ:ਆਤਮ_ਸਨਮਾਨ_ਮਹੀਨਾ_ਜੂਨ_2016_ਐਡਿਟਾਥਾਨ
  1. ਗੇਅ ਸਾਹਿਤ (Gay literature)
  2. ਜੈਂਡਰ ਚਿੰਨ੍ਹ (Gender symbol)
  3. ਜੈਂਡਰ ਅਧਿਐਨ (Gender studies)
  4. ਜੀਵ ਵਿਗਿਆਨ ਅਤੇ ਲਿੰਗਕ ਅਨੁਸਥਾਪਨ (Biology and sexual orientation)
  5. ਲਿੰਗਕ ਅਨੁਸਥਾਪਨ ਸੰਬੰਧੀ ਆਂਕੜੇ (Demographics of sexual orientation)
  6. ਵਾਤਾਵਰਨ ਅਤੇ ਲਿੰਗਕ ਅਨੁਸਥਾਪਨ (Environment and sexual orientation)
  7. ਮੋਨੀਕਾ ਮਾਰਕੇਜ਼ (Monica Márquez)
  8. ਬਾਰਬਰਾ ਲੇਂਕ (Barbara Lenk)
  9. ਐਲਜੀਬੀਟੀ ਸਭਿਆਚਾਰ (LGBT culture)
  10. ਭਾਰਤ ਵਿੱਚ ਐਲਜੀਬੀਟੀ ਸਭਿਆਚਾਰ (LGBT culture in India)
  11. ਬੈਂਗਲੋਰ ਵਿੱਚ ਐਲਜੀਬੀਟੀ ਸਭਿਆਚਾਰ (LGBT culture in Bangalore)
  12. ਚੇਨਈ ਵਿੱਚ ਐੱਲਜੀਬੀਟੀ ਸੱਭਿਆਚਾਰ (LGBT culture in Chennai)
  13. ਹੈਦਰਾਬਾਦ ਵਿੱਚ ਐਲਜੀਬੀਟੀ ਸਭਿਆਚਾਰ (LGBTIQ culture in Hyderabad)
  14. ਦਿੱਲੀ ਕਵੀਅਰ ਪਰਾਈਡ ਪਰੇਡ (Delhi Queer Pride Parade)
  15. ਪੂਨੇ ਪਰਾਈਡ (Pune Pride)
  16. ਬੈਂਗਲੌਰ ਕਵੀਅਰ ਫ਼ਿਲਮ ਫ਼ੈਸਟੀਵਲ (Bangalore Queer Film Festival)
  17. ਉਡਾਨ ਟਰਸਟ (Udaan Trust)
  18. ਅੰਜਲੀ ਗੋਪਾਲਨ (Anjali Gopalan)
  19. ਪਰਾਈਡ ਹਫ਼ਤਾ (ਟੋਰਾਂਟੋ) (Pride Week (Toronto))
  20. ਅਸ਼ੋਕ ਰਾਓ ਕਵੀ (Ashok Row Kavi)