Famous Gays throughout history except that Judy GarlandJudy Garland 1996 Biography
There was certainly an awareness and appreciation of Garland among Stonewall Inn patrons. She has the power that homosexuals would like to have, and they attempt to attain it by idolizing her. No, we will not share your email address with anyone or send you spam.
I remember there was a documentary called By Myself where they noted that Judy's audiences were primarily a bizarre balance of street people and showbiz types. Why not?
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We get American tourists all the time coming here to Ireland with various surnames names - Italian, Spanish, German, Swedish etc and they consider themselves Irish yet many haven't any idea where their Irish ancestor came from in Ireland - at least Judy knew her Great Grandmother was from Dublin and other details of the family.
Margaret Pellegrini was only 16 years old when she played one of the Flowerpot Munchkins. She did have the palest of skins, as cited by a few sources, but that would be more in keeping with a Scottish girl. An uncut recording of the famous Carnegie Hall concert on April 23, , including stage patter and applause never previously released, was issued this spring.
On reading, it is clear that it is not just Dyer's POV, as he uses for sources several journals and placed advertisements in magazines for homosexuals to contact him about Judy Garland's importance to them as gay men and it features many quotes. It goes on to say that "[t]he boys in the tight trousers"  a phrase Time repeatedly used to describe gay men, as when it described "ecstatic young men in tight trousers pranc[ing] down the aisles to toss bouquets of roses" to another gay icon, Marlene Dietrich  would "roll their eyes, tear at their hair and practically levitate from their seats" during Garland's performances.