The film Stonewall Uprising begins with an overview of the ways medical, psychiatric, and legal institutions in the US treated homosexuality prior to the 1960s. Because same-sex sex was illegal, police were able to arrest, the courts allowed to punish, and doctors allowed to treat as deviant, men and women who identified as gay and/or participated in same-sex consensual sexual relationships. The film chronicles how patrons at the Stonewall Bar rebeled against this history and against police violence. Drawing on the film, discuss the ways the uprising marked a change in political consciousness of the lgbtq population in NYC . How did the speakers in the film think their about rights to self expression after the uprising? What does this say about the importance of “rights talk” as Villamoare discusses in her article?
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