As early Gay Activists Alliance leader Arthur Bell famously remarked, we cannot "dance our way to liberation.
What does GAA stand for?
GAA stands for Gay Activists Alliance
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Together they attended meetings of the Gay Activists Alliance and danced their hearts out on Saturday nights in SoHo at the Firehouse, the first gay community center in Manhattan.
Robin Souza, using the pseudonym Gary Dutton, became one of the founders of the Gay Activists Alliance, the organization most responsible for the spread of the gay liberation movement that emerged from Stonewall.
Tying the Knot * Directed by Jim de Seve * Roadside Attractions Jim de Seve's documentary Tying the Knot opens with a vintage act of bravery: a 1971 demonstration in an unnamed New York City clerk's office by the newly formed Gay Activists Alliance in response to the clerk's threat to sue local churches that performed gay unions.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Mention should also be made of the Gay Activists Alliance (GAA), founded by GLF members who split off in November 1969, though unfortunately 1 have no early photos.
During that time, she briefly joined the male-dominated Gay Activists Alliance, headed by the strong-willed Bruce Voeller.
The Gay Activists Alliance invented the "zap" and micro-targeted liberal politicians like Greenwich Village City Councilor Carol Greitzer, who took our votes but treated us with disdain.