Queer Crossword: “Queer Herstory”

Across

 1 Facial characteristic

 5 Enjoys the gay bar scenery

10 Sink problem

14 Took a trolley that goes “Clang, clang, clang,” e.g.

15 Go on all fours

16 Ready to rub you the right way

17 Israeli author ___ Oz

18 Big star’s small part

19 Hart Crane work

20 Lover of Alice B. Toklas

23 Provides dirt for Casablanca

24 Change the price of, at Barneys

27 Like some stares

28 Dash for cross-dressers?

31 With 34-Across, lover of Josephine Baker

34 See 31-Across

35 Ran into

36 “M. Butterfly” star John

37 Meat stabbers

38 Lahr of “The Wizard of Oz”

39 Dadaist Jean

40 With 41-Across, lover of Mercedes de Acosta

41 See 40-Across

42 Pick up on

44 Colony resident

45 Word from Tom Bianchi, perhaps

46 Talked like Gomer

50 Lover of Vita Sackville-West

54 Figure skater Rippon

56 Erection supporter

57 Madonna, in “Dick Tracy,” e.g.

58 Salty white stuff from the Greeks

59 TÈa of “Spanglish”

60 Area east of the Urals

61 Bipedal dino

62 Endora portrayer

63 Kristy McNichol’s “Empty ___”

Down

 1 Fayetteville fort

 2 Leonardo’s 1996 title role

 3 Ban targets

 4 Like a Broadway story

 5 Have troops in

 6 Jodie Foster et al., to Yale

 7 Liberace fabric

 8 Meadow moms

 9 Position to fill

10 One that reproduces without sex

11 Siegfried or Roy

12 Hurrah for Jose

13 Muscle Mary’s place

21 Costa ___

22 Proof part

25 Like sourballs

26 Piss off

28 “Divine Comedy” poet

29 Perlman of “Cheers”

30 Gore and “South Park’s” Big Gay

31 Labia, e.g.

32 “Air Music” composer Ned

33 Where a top soldier wants to put it?

34 Ukraine capital

37 Cycle beginning

38 Gay DC figure

40 Will of “The Waltons”

41 Chew like a mouse

43 The big O

44 One of the Three Musketeers

46 Frasier’s lover in Boston

47 Like Rita Mae Brown’s lips?

48 Fashion designer Perry

49 Self-contradictory bra size?

51 Monster head?

52 Mendicant’s self-description?

53 Brightly-colored

54 Toward the rear, to sailors

55 James Van ___ Beek

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