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Lists Of American Television Episodes With LGBT Themes
... For lists of American television episodes with LGBT themes, see List of pre-Stonewall American television episodes with LGBT themes List of 1970s American television episodes with LGBT themes List of 1980s American ...
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... Jay Beckenstein - (American musician) Founding member of the jazz fusion band Spyro Gyra Frank Catalanotto - (Major League baseball player) Texas Rangers ...
List Of Pre-Stonewall Riots American Television Episodes With LGBT Themes
... Most American television episodes with LGBT themes that aired before the 1969 Stonewall riots were on various local talk shows ... A Psychological Approach" and "Male and Female in American Society" during its 1956–1957 season ... the first documentary program on homosexuality aired on American television ...
Samantha - Notable People
... international competition Samantha Armytage, Australian journalist and television news reporter Samantha Arsenault, American swimmer and Olympic champion Samantha Barks, singer and ...
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... essayist, literary critic and translator Abraham of Augsburg Carroll Baker, American actress Elizabeth Banks, American actress Steve Bedwell, Australian comedian Polly Bergen, American actress and singer Dany ... Campbell Brown, American television news reporter (lapsed Roman Catholic) Drew Bundini Brown, assistant trainer of former heavyweight boxing champion, Muhammad Ali Sarah Brown, actress Eddie Butler, Israeli ... Elizabeth Jane Caulfield, linguist and musician Connie Chung, American television journalist Warder Cresson, politician Jim Croce, singer/songwriter William Holmes Crosby, Jr ...

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