Articles in the underground press capture what's missing from our romanticized memory of that fateful season.
The gay men's magazines QQ and Ciao! were unabashedly liberated, but they still catered to an exclusive audience.
Before "local" became a foodie obsession, small groups of women published collections of their own recipes. And still do!
But one thing has been constant: the tendency to call some foods better for you than others.
The first DSM, created in 1952, established a hierarchy of sexual deviancies, vaulting heterosexual behavior to an idealized place in American culture.
As Life magazine put it, “angry barmaids are tough opponents in any hassle.”
Chinese American girls played an innovative style of basketball on the playgrounds of San Francisco, and dominated the court.
Assigning one sex to people with ambiguous genitalia has a long history in medicine and law.
Jiu-jitsu, judo, boxing, and wrestling raised eyebrows. But physical strength and political empowerment went hand in hand.
It wasn't a big focus at the beginning of the scouting movement. So what changed?