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The Queer scouter
Bib ID 7134293
Format NewspaperNewspaper, OnlineOnline [text, online resource]
Online Access
Description Toronto : Queer Scouter, 1999- 
1 online resource (volumes). 
Series

Archives of Human Sexuality and Identity: LGBTQ History and Culture since 1940.

Notes

Reproduction of the original from Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives.

Description based on: Volume 1, issue 1 (November 01, 1999); title from caption.

Life Dates Volume 1, issue 1 (November 01, 1999)- 
Frequency Monthly 
Subjects Homosexuality -- Ontario -- Toronto -- Newspapers.  |  Gay liberation movement -- Ontario -- Toronto -- Newspapers.  |  Gay activists -- Ontario -- Toronto -- Newspapers.  |  Gay rights -- Ontario -- Toronto -- Newspapers.  |  Gays -- Ontario -- Toronto -- Newspapers.  |  Lesbians -- Ontario -- Toronto -- Newspapers.  |  Sexual minorities -- Ontario -- Toronto -- Newspapers.  |  Gay community -- Ontario -- Toronto -- Newspapers.  |  Transgender people -- Ontario -- Toronto -- Newspapers.
Also Titled

Queer scouter : a newsletter of the 129th Toronto


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