Obituaries Related to "Gay" from New York Times Archive
Brewer won the 1967 Masters as well as nine other PGA Tour events during the 1960s and 1970s.
Mr. Evans helped form and lead the movement that coalesced after gay people and their supporters protested a 1969 police raid on the Stonewall Inn, a Greenwich Village gay bar.
She drew notice for a story of a gay attraction that threatens a marriage and a fictional diary of a woman in Nazi Germany that some took to be true.
He began his career having to hide the fact that he was gay. He ended it celebrated as a pioneer.
If she wrote for mainstream Americans about same-sex couples in everyday situations, she thought, society would have a harder time denying them equal rights.
She navigated the league’s male-dominated world as a team president, then devoted her energy to fighting on behalf of players with brain disorders.
The founder of the Traditional Values Coalition, he railed against what he called the “homosexual agenda,” gaining the ear of national politicians.
The killing of Scott Johnson drew attention to a rash of crimes in past decades in which gay men were targeted by gangs of young people.
Mr. MacNiallais helped organize the St. Pat’s For All Parade in Queens, a more inclusive version of the annual parade on Fifth Avenue.
When Ms. Lyon married her partner of 55 years in 2008, they formed the first legal gay union in California.
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He won 314 games and recorded 3,500 strikeouts, but he’s remembered as much for his acknowledged spitball, with saliva just one substance in his arsenal.
As a singer, songwriter and keyboardist, she was a prolific force behind one of the most popular rock bands of the last 50 years.
A college All-American, he led the San Diego Chargers to an American Football League title and later steered the N.F.L.’s Rams into the playoffs.
Known later as an actor on “Game of Thrones,” he helped lay the foundation for a 1970s rock revolution on England’s pub circuit.
Mr. Jiang, a wily and garrulous politician, presided over a decade of meteoric economic growth in the post-Tiananmen era.
She worked with the family for over 40 years, mostly for Senator Ted Kennedy. But her duties went far beyond the office.