December 14 in LGBTQ History

1980: French film La Cage aux Folles ends its nineteen month run at New York City’s 68th Street Playhouse.

1988: The film adaptation of Harvey Fierstein’s Torch Song Trilogy opens in the United States.

1993: In Colorado, district court judge Jeffrey Bayless rules Amendment 2 unconstitutional.

2006: The New Jersey Legislature enacts a bill to establish civil unions in that state. The measure passed 56–19 in the Assembly, and 23–12 in the Senate. It will come into effect 60 days after the governor signs it.

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