Jewish dominance of the homosexual lobby

News from the West provides the evidence that a disproportionate number of the most radical elements in the militant homosexual rights lobby are of Jewish origin. . . .Here is an exhaustive list proving, once and for all, that the radical homosexual movement in the United States is a Jewish movement. Jews created it and run it from top to bottom. They are pushing the perversion and degeneracy that is spreading disease, sin and sickness through America like a wildfire.
-The West

By News From The West
May 5, 2008 Anno Domini

  • Larry Kramer — co-founder of “Act Up,” a homosexual/AIDS activist organization; co-founder of the Gay Men’s Health Crisis

  • Alan Klein — co-founder of group ACT UP, co-founder of group Queer Nation, National Communications Director and chief spokesperson for the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation [GLAAD]. Klein also co-founded the successful multimedia campaign STOPDRLAURA.COM

  • Arnie Kantrowitz — co-founder of the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation [GLAAD].

  • Jonathan D. Katz — founded and chairs the Harvey Milk Institute, the largest queer studies institute in the world. A long time queer political activist, was a co-founder of Queer Nation, [the key San Francisco branch].

  • Harvey Fierstein — film actor [Mrs. Doubtfire]; well-known gay activist.

  • Moisés Kaufman — playwright and film director [The Laramie Project].

  • Israel Fishman — founder of the Gay Liberation Caucus in 1970 [now known as the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgendered Round Table of the American Library Association], the world’s first gay professional organization.

  • Bella Abzug and Edward Koch — both Jewish — the first members of the U.S. House of Representatives to introduce legislation banning discrimination based on sexual orientation [1974].

  • Winnie Stachelberg — political director, Human Rights Campaign [HRC]

  • Michael S. Aronowitz, The New York Log Cabin Republicans.

  • Tony Kushner — gay activist; Tony and 1993 Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright [for Angels in America, 1992].

  • Len Hirsch — president of the GLBT federal government employees group, GLOBE.

  • Meg Moritz, Ph.D. — a Director and member of the Executive Committee of GLAAD.

  • Barbara Raab — an NBC-TV producer; a “Jewish lesbian feminist journalist, writer.”

  • Charles Kaiser [?] — author & founding member of National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association [NLGJA].

  • David Goodstein — owner/publisher of the gay magazine The Advocate [1975-1985]; co-founder of the National Gay Rights Lobby.

  • Judy Wieder — Editor-in-chief, The Advocate gay magazine.

  • Alison Bechdel [?] — cartoonist creator and author of the bi-weekly comic strip “Dykes to Watch Out For.”

  • Kevin Koffler — Editor-in-chief, Genre gay magazine.

  • Garrett Glaser — National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association [NLGJA] national board member.

  • Ronald Gold — reporter for Variety; a leader in the fight to overturn the American Psychiatric Association’s policy that homosexuality is an illness.

  • Magnus Hirschfeld [d. 1935], early gay rights activist in Germany; founded one of the first gay rights organizations, the Scientific Humanitarian Committee; coined the term “transvestism”; fled Nazi Germany.

  • Fred Hochberg — deputy administrator, U.S. Small Business Administration; co-chair of the Human Rights Campaign [HRC].

  • Michael Berman — member, Human Rights Campaign Board of Directors. Mitchell Gold — HRC Board Marty Lieberman — HRC BoardAndy Linsky — HRC BoardDana Perlman — HRC BoardAbby Rubenfeld — HRC Board Andrew Tobias — HRC Board Lara Schwartz — Senior Counsel, HRC Heather Wellman — HRC Field Coordinator Dan Furmansky — HRC Senior Field Organizer, West Sally Green — HRC Associate Field Director

  • Rick Rosendall [?] — President, Gay & Lesbian Activists Alliance of Washington, DC.

  • Barney Frank — member of U.S. Congress; helped create non-discriminatory employment policies in all U.S. federal agencies.

  • Kerry Lobel — executive director of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force.

  • Robin Margolis, American coordinator of the Bi Women’s Cultural Alliance and author [Bisexuality: A Practical Guide].

  • Evan Wolfson, Senior Staff Attorney, Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund — and — the executive director of Freedom to Marry.

  • Jennifer Einhorn — Communications Director, Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation [GLAAD] Nancy Alpert [?] — Treasurer, GLAAD Judy Gluckstern — Board of Directors, GLAAD.Stephen M. Jacoby — Board of Directors, GLAAD.Matt Riklin — Board, GLAADCarol Rosenfeld — Board, GLAAD.William Weinberger — Board, GLAAD Tanya Wexler — Board, GLAAD. David Huebner — GLAAD Counsel.

  • Richard Goldstein — Village Voice writer on gay culture and politics.

  • Ron Schlittler — Director of Field & Policy, Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays [PFLAG].

  • Craig Ziskin — Deputy Director of Development, PFLAG.

  • Debra Weill — Senior Field & Policy Coordinator, PFLAG.

  • Dody Goldstein — Board of Directors, PFLAG.

  • David Horowitz — Board of Directors, PFLAG.

  • Shawn Frank — Board of Directors, PFLAG.

  • Leon Weinstein — Chair, Nominating Committee, PFLAG.

  • Kate Kendell [?], National Center for Lesbian Rights.

  • Gayle Rubin — lesbian author/activist.

  • Hilary Rosen — a founding member of the Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund; former board co-chair of the Human Rights Campaign.

  • Roz Richter, American attorney and activist.

  • Bob Kunst — long-time activist in gay and Jewish causes.

  • “Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network” [GLSEN]. Board co-chairs: Marty Seldman, president “National Gay & Lesbian Task Force” [NGLTF]. Board co-chairs: ….. Rachel Rosen in Santa Fe, N.M Dave Fleischer — Director of Training [political training], NGLTF. Craig Hoffman — Board of Directors, NGLTF. Beth Zemsky — Board, NGLTF. Marsha C. Botzer — Treasurer, NGLTF. Jeff Levi — first, Levi was NGTF’s lobbyist, early 1980s [NGTF became NGLTF in 1985]. Later, he was NGLTF executive director.

  • Bill Rubenstein, J.D. ’86, developed the ACLU Lesbian and Gay Rights Project.

  • Martin Duberman — author/historian; founded the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies at the City University of New York.

  • Ben Schatz ’81, J.D. ’85, is executive director of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Foundation.

  • Kevin Schaub, American; Executive Director and Dean of the Harvey Milk Institute in San Francisco, the world’s largest center for queer studies.

  • Sarah Schulman [1958- ], American playwright, novelist, and activist [one of the founders of the Lesbian Avengers, a direct-action lesbian rights organization].

  • Susan Spielman — principal/head of Common Ground, an education/consulting firm specializing in workplace sexual orientation education; her company has worked with hundreds of U.S. organizations, helping them to implement domestic partner benefits plans; co-author of the book Straight Talk About Gays in the Workplace.

  • Gertrude Stein — wrote the first openly lesbian novel, “Q.E.D.,” in 1903, but it was only published posthumously in 1950.

  • Rikki Streicher (1925-1994), American activist and businesswoman.

  • Michael Goff — founded Out magazine in 1992.

  • Paulette Goodman — founder of local chapter [Washington D.C.] of PFLAG and served as President of the National PFLAG organization from 1988-1992.

  • Jeffrey Newman, American, president and COO of the Gay Financial Network; president and CEO of out.com.
  • Jim Levin — New York gay historian.

  • Barrett Brick — GLAA [Gay and Lesbian Activists Alliance] Treasurer.

  • Robin Tyler — American comedian [born Arlene Chernick] who was the first openly gay comic in North America; Tyler is also an activist who was the stage producer for the first three gay marches on Washington and the national protest coordinator for the “Stop Dr. Laura” campaign; she produces women’s comedy and music festivals, and operates a lesbian travel-tour company.

  • Dr. Bruce Voeller [1935?-1994] [?] American gay rights activist, molecular biologist, physiologist, and AIDS researcher (pioneer in the use of nonoxynol-9 as a spermicide); cofounder and first executive director of the National Gay Task Force; creator of the Mariposa Foundation [an AIDS prevention research organization].

  • Mark Elderkin [?] — co-founded Gay.com.

  • Leroy Aarons — American professor, journalist, and founder of the National Gay and Lesbian Journalists Association (1990).

  • Dr. Donald I. Abrams — American physician, HIV expert, medical marijuana researcher, and past president of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association.

  • Johnny Abush (1952-2000) — [Canadian]; archivist of the International Jewish GBLT Archives.

  • Roberta Achtenberg [1950- ]; civil rights lawyer and federal official; appointed as Assistant Secretary for Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity by President Bill Clinton in 1993.

  • Miriam Ben-Shalom [1948- ], American Army Reserves drill sergeant and gay activist; in 1986 she won a ten-year legal battle with the Reserves when a court ordered her reinstatement; founder of the Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Veterans Association [GLBVA] in 1990, serving as its first president.

  • Larry Brinkin, American gay activist who brought the first domestic partnership lawsuit [against Southern Pacific Railroad, 1982].

  • Rob Eichberg, American psychologist, co-creator of National Coming Out Day [October 11th].

  • Scott Evertz, American; in April 2001, President Bush appointed him to serve as the Director of the White House Office of National AIDS Policy [ONAP].

  • Gene Falk [?, Jewish name], American business executive; Senior Vice President of the Showtime Digital Media Group; part of the team that launched and marketed the U.S. TV series Queer as Folk; Chair of the Board of Directors of the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation [GLAAD].

  • Surina Kahn — American lesbian activist.

  • Larry Kessler — founding director in 1983 of the AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts, the largest AIDS support organization in New England.

  • Kathy Levinson — American investor and philanthropist; serves on the board of PlanetOut; also on NGLTF Board of Directors.

  • Judith Light — actress, activist for gay causes.

  • David Mixner — gay activist, political consultant; co-founder of the Municipal Elections Committee of Los Angeles [MECLA], a group of wealthy gays and lesbians who became influential in local politics; president Bill Clinton’s Special Liaison to the Gay-Lesbian Community.

  • Dan Savage — American author of gay-themed books [The Kid: What Happened After My Boyfriend and I Decided to Go Get Pregnant; Skipping Towards Gomorrah: The Seven Deadly Sins and the Pursuit of Happiness in America] and gay-themed- sex-advice columnist [Savage Love].

  • Susan Schuman, American executive vice-president and general manager of the Planet Out gay and lesbian online service.

  • Scott Seomin, American entertainment media coordinator for the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation [GLAAD].

  • Jason Serinus [Jay Guy Nassberg] — founder and coordinator of the Lavender Healing Network; a former gay activist with the New York chapter of the Gay Liberation Front.

  • David Sine [?] — American CEO of C1TV, the first U.S. gay and lesbian cable TV network.

  • Rex Wockner — longtime gay, American journalist who has reported news for the gay press since 1985.

  • Jack Fritscher — became Editor in Chief of Drummer gay magazine [1977].

  • Leslie Feinberg [1949- ], American trade unionist, transgender activist and author [Transgender Warriors: Making History from Joan of Arc to RuPaul].

  • Allan Ginsburg – late Jewish poet and leading member of North American Man Boy Love Association

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