WATCH: HuffPost Live’s Deep Dive Into LGBT History

The lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community has progressed by leaps and bounds over the years, and we at HuffPost Live wanted to use October’s LGBT history month to recognize the queer people and cultural milestones that have propelled the community forward. From Sappho to Sylvia Rivera to the AIDS epidemic, watch the five-part series below to learn about each community and its rich history. 




Lillian Faderman: Scholar studying lesbian relationships in history; author, The Gay Revolution: The Story of the Struggle


Bonnie Morris: Professor of women’s studies, George Washington University and Georgetown University


Jean Wimberly: Executive director and founder, Circle of Voices Inc.


Lesléa Newman: Author, Heather Has Two Mommies






Chris Freeman: Professor of English and Gender Studies, University of Southern California


David Drake: Former member, ACT UP and Queer Nation; Writer and performer, “The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me”






Faith Cheltenham: President, BiNet USA


Dr. Herukhuti: Clinical sociologist; founder, Center for Culture, Sexuality and Spirituality; co-editor, Recognize The Voices of Bisexual Men


Robyn Ochs: Bisexual activist; editor, The BiWomen Quarterly; editor, Recognize: The Voices of Bisexual Men


Alex Berg: Producer, HuffPost Live






Mara Keisling: Executive director, National Center for Transgender Equality


Dr. Scout: Director, LGBT Healthlink


Lourdes Hunter: National director, Trans Women of Color Collective; MPA Chief Operating Officer, Casa Ruby LGBT Center




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