What LGBT site should get the next historical marker?
Oct 20, 2011
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"Walt Whitman's home in Camden. 'Leaves of Grass' is fantastic. It's some of the most sensual poetry I've ever read. I have a very old copy from the 1940s, handed down by my grandfather."
Washington Square West
"Where the Oscar Wilde Book Store was located in New York City. It was the first LGBT bookstore in the country. I love Oscar Wilde's writings. I read one of his books that was translated in Russian. His books are great."
"Liberace's birthplace. It's sad that people have forgotten about him. He was amazing. His music was a bridge between opera and classical. And he turned fashion into an art form. In a way, he was a trendsetter for the gothic look."
"The area in Portland, Ore., where Gus van Sant shot his first feature film, 'Mala Noche.' It's a great movie. Everyone in Portland knows about van Sant. He's a wonderful filmmaker, someone I really admire."