Q: Event marking the beginning of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender rights movement in the United States?
Q: Symbol for Gay Pride that originated in Nazi Concentration Camps?
Q: Prolific Gay American Playwright who won two Pulitzer Prizes and four New York Drama Critics Circle Awards for best play?
Q: Greek philosopher who authored the first extensive writings on love between men?
Q: British archaeologist and military strategist who carved a statue of his Turkish partner and placed it on top of their home?
Q: Author who first used the word “gay”, meaning homosexual, in print?
Q: Nineteenth Century writer who boldly proclaimed his pride in being gay
Q: First professional athlete to come out of the closet while still actively competing?
Q: Who said, “If a bullet should enter my brain, let that bullet destroy every closet door.”?
Q: Pulitzer Prize winning author of The Color Purple who discussed her bisexuality in a later work?
Q: Openly gay U.S. Congressman from Massachusetts?
Q: Openly gay advisor and speechwriter for Martin Luther King, Jr. who was the chief organizer of the 1963 March on Washington, in which Dr. King proclaimed, “I have a dream" ?
Q: Gay Russian composer who started his professional life working as a civil servant for the St. Petersburg department of justice?
Q: Sculptor and Painter who wrote poetry inspired by the love of men?
Q: Greek Poet whose home gave rise to the modern use of the word “’lesbian" ?
Q: Macedonian King who, in his grief over his male lover’s death, visited the oracles to learn if his lover was a god?
Q: Nobel Peace Prize winning suffragette and founder of the Hull House who shared her life for 40 years with Mary Rozer Smith, her “spouse-surrogate" ?