As you know, I have been trying this new thing for me where I tell you about a book I loved and share a free ebook link to that book if possible.
The book I picked today I consider an essential one, especially to anyone in the LGBT+ community. Since these events are what shaped the society, laws and rights, we have today. Plus, this book will be my next read, and if any of you want to, we can read it together. I would love to hear your thoughts and maybe share mine.
No, no, no. Not Green-witch. Drop the W. Drop an E.
Grenitch Village. Gren-itch. Got it?
Greenwich Village, 1969: Home to the homeless. Destination for dropouts. Refuge for the kicked
Meet at The Corner. That’s Greenwich Avenue and Sixth Avenue, opposite West Eighth Street.
Everyone is there. To cruise. To chat. To find friends. Friends for life. Friends for a moment.
Walk up Sixth Avenue and you reach Fourteenth Street, the edge of the Village. Walk down Sixth,
and you’ve left the Village when you cross Houston. (No. Not Houston like “Houston, we have liftoff,” not Houston like Houston, Texas. It’s Houston as in How-ston. Got it?) Cross Houston and
you’re in SoHo. Go back.
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