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atomic-chronoscaph · 2 days ago
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King Kong (1976)
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nuclearbummer · a day ago
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arinewman7 · a day ago
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krissyfs · 23 hours ago
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chrisgoesrock · 2 days ago
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The Ramones at the Roundhouse 1976
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blondebrainpower · 4 months ago
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Cannabis rights activist Ben Masel smoking a joint while voting in the 1976 Presidential election. Taking advantage of an apparent law that prohibits arrest while voting.
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surra-de-bunda · 10 days ago
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Donna Summer photographed by Fin Costello (1976).
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2001hz · 2 months ago
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The Anthropology Of Punk, London (1976)
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yodaprod · 5 months ago
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Los Angeles (1976)
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undergroundrockpress · 3 months ago
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Patti Smith par Alain Dister en 1976.
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classichorrorblog · 10 months ago
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Carrie (1976)
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atomic-chronoscaph · 2 months ago
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robe-and-wizard-hat · 7 months ago
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coolthingsguyslike · a month ago
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genderoutlaws · a month ago
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Members of the Fort Hill Faggots for Freedom, featured in the pages of Boston’s Gay Community News in 1976 | ph: Jane Picard
The Faggots were a militant commune and activist group consisting largely of draft dodgers, closely associated with the adjacent anarchist collective and zine publishers FagRag, who lived communally not only for economic purposes but also to “overcome [their] heterosexual conditioning as men” through domestic work. They are known for a number of actions, including picketing a local gay bar that refused service to drag queens and dykes who attempted to enter.
In one flyer passed around during Pride month, they wrote under the masthead REMEMBER STONEWALL calling for a return to radical solidarity. “…Even the most conservative demands of civil rights have not been met, let alone the more radical demands of gay liberationists. We cannot accept non-commitment. To the straight community we, the Fort Hill Faggots for Freedom are presenting a posture of militant solidarity. To the gay community, we are making a show of support and reacting to differences in a spirit of loving confrontation.”
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nycnostalgia · 2 months ago
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The view from Jersey City, 1976
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blondebrainpower · 4 months ago
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Roger Sharpe demonstrating to NYC council that pinball is a game of skill, not luck by calling a shot making it which lifts the ban of pinball saving it throughout the country. (1976)
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