Wiki Loves Pride/2021

This page aims to lists all events and project pages organized by Wikimedians for the month of June in 2021 (including few weeks before and after), often referred as 'the Pride month' in USA and few other countries, Pride Weeks or Pride Season elsewhere. Following the global safety trends in COVID-19 pandemic, a focus for this year is made towards health, safety and mutual support LGBTIQ+ related topics.

Wikipride

ThemeEdit

2021 marks the 40th anniversary of the start of the AIDS Crisis. There is no obligation to contribute on this theme just feel free to add ideas and projects, or working lists to this page.

EventsEdit

Project pages:Edit

2021 initiativesEdit

2020 initiativesEdit

List of articles missing in various languagesEdit

Ideas of work to doEdit

  • Commons ː the categories concerning bisexuality are not accurate (see . Also the project page LGBT Free media needs to be revived
  • Wikidata ː we need to fix reverts of P91 concerning sexual orientation that we started during the Wikimedia Hackaton in May 2020
  • Wikisource ː no idea yet but coming....
  • look at Queering Wikipedia and Queer.WikiSpore.org for more ideas...


ParticipantsEdit

ResourcesEdit

General working listEdit

Created or updated articles on Fr wikiEdit

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1 Anne-Christine d'Adesky (b. 1958) American activist and journalist + - + - - - - 2 Q4768058 9 +
2 gross indecency Any of various sexual criminal offenses, including sex with a child and (formerly) male homosexuality. + - + - - - - 2 Q5610496 2
3 Jeanne Córdova (1948-2016) american writer + - + - - - - 2 Q6172050 16
4 Lux Pascal (b. 1992) Chilean-american actress + - + - + - - 3 Q33123460 11
5 NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt quilt commemorating individuals who have died of AIDS or AIDS-related conditions + + + + + - - 5 Q1418433 13 +
6 Sarah Schulman (b. 1958) American writer + + + - + + - 5 Q535211 14 +
7 Lotte Hahm (1890-1967) renowned activist of the lesbian movement in Weimar Germany + + + - - - - 3 Q96112790 10 +
8 Lepa Mladjenovic (b. 1954) Serbian feminist + + + - - - - 3 Q47027252 13 +
9 Media portrayal of HIV/AIDS + - + - - - - 2 Q6805975 0
10 Midi Achmat (b. 1964) South African LGBT activist + - + - - - - 2 Q84824849 6
11 Terry Baum (b. 1946) American playwright + - + - - - - 2 Q7704097 9 +
12 LGBT history in France aspect of history + - + + - - - 3 Q6457856 3 +
13 Mónica Briones (1950-1984) Chilean plastic artist + - + - + - - 3 Q97105909 14
14 Lesbian Visibility Day day to recognize lesbians globally + - + - + - - 3 Q19833027 6 +
15 Maria José Martínez-Patiño (b. 1961) Spanish athlete + - - - + - + 3 Q19832435 18
16 Johanna Elberskirchen (1864-1943) German writer + + + - + - - 4 Q121500 14 +
Σ → Autolist→ gallery→ timeline 16 5 15 2 7 1 1 47 avg: 3\7\42% 158  


TransidentityEdit

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1 Joseph Lobdell (1829-1912) 19th century transgender man + - + - - - - 2 Q24669518 10 +
2 Silence 13th-century post-Arthurian romance written in Old French by an anonymous author + - + - - - - 2 Q941658 4
3 Maria José Martínez-Patiño (b. 1961) Spanish athlete + - - - + - + 3 Q19832435 18
4 Mary Hamilton (b. 1721) British 18th-century cross-dresser who duped other women into marriage + - - - - - - 1 Q6779699 8 +
5 James Shupe (b. 1963) American writer + - - - - - - 1 Q59171056 15 +
Σ → Autolist→ gallery 5 0 2 0 1 0 1 9 avg: 2\1\26% 55  


About AIDSEdit

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1 How to Have Sex in an Epidemic book by Richard Berkowitz + - - - - - - - 1 Q17003408 8
2 Early Treatment for HIV Act + - - - - - - - 1 Q5326762 1
3 Gay male blood donor controversy policy on blood donation + - - - + - - + 3 Q4162339 3
4 Play Fair + - - - - - - - 1 Q96399565 0
5 Black AIDS Institute   nonprofit organization in Los Angeles, United States + - - - - - - - 1 Q19873505 8
6 Timothy Ray Brown (1966-2020) first person cured of HIV/AIDS + + - + + + + + 7 Q19667296 17 +
7 Zackie Achmat (b. 1962) South African anti-Apartheid, pro-LGBT-rights and HIV/AIDS activist; founder of Treatment Action Campaign + + - - - - - + 3 Q139961 14 +
8 28 (book) book about African AIDS epidemic + + + - - - - - 3 Q221085 8
9 Breaking the Surface: The Greg Louganis Story 1997 television film directed by Steven Hilliard Stern + - - - + + - - 3 Q650534 9
10 As Is play written by William M. Hoffman + - - + + - - - 3 Q4802905 7
11 Tita Aida (?) HIV/AIDS Activist + - - - - - - - 1 Q18394537 7 +
12 Mary Elizabeth Clark (b. 1938) main mover of the AIDS Education and Global Information System database + - - - - - - - 1 Q6779407 10
13 Claudia Pía Baudracco (1970-2012) Argentinian activist + - - - + - - - 2 Q5771785 10 +
14 NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt quilt commemorating individuals who have died of AIDS or AIDS-related conditions + + + + + - - - 5 Q1418433 13 +
15 Art of the AIDS Crisis + - - - - - - - 1 Q24976140 1
16 Media portrayal of HIV/AIDS + - + - - - - - 2 Q6805975 0
17 post-exposure prophylaxis to HIV - - + + + - - - 3 Q52596622 2
18 Parc de l'Espoir   - - + - - - + - 2 Q22476946 5 +
19 Noriyasu Akase (?) + - + - + - - - 3 Q16152190 5
Σ → Autolist→ map gallery 17 4 6 4 8 2 2 3 46 avg: 2\6\30% 128  


LGBT persecution during the holocaustEdit

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1 Elsa Conrad (1887-1967) jewish lesbian survivor of the Holocaust - - + + - - - 2 Q105069432 10
2 Krystyna Zaorska (?) Polish-born artist, survivor of the Holocaust + - - - - - - 1 Q105014271 11
3 Margarete Rosenberg (1910-1985) bisexual woman victim of the Holocaust in Ravensbrück + - - - - - - 1 Q94639802 12
4 Elsa Conrad (1887-1967) jewish lesbian survivor of the Holocaust - - + + - - - 2 Q105069432 10
5 Ilse Totzke (1913-1987) German lesbian musician victim of the Holocaust + + + - - - - 3 Q28000293 17
6 Lotte Hahm (1890-1967) renowned activist of the lesbian movement in Weimar Germany + + + - - - - 3 Q96112790 10 +
7 Ovida Delect (1926-1996) French trans poet, communist and victim of the Holocaust + - + - - - - 2 Q34651286 14
8 Irena Klepfisz (b. 1941) Lesbian polish-american author, activist + - + - - - - 2 Q6068804 16 +
9 Memorial to homosexuals persecuted under Francoist   memorial in Durango - - - - + - - 1 Q6021909 5 +
Σ → Autolist→ map gallery 6 2 6 2 1 0 0 17 avg: 2\2\27% 105  


LGBT and political representationEdit

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1 Doris Stump (b. 1950) Swiss politician - + - - - - - 1 Q1245341 15 +
Σ → Autolist→ gallery 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 avg: 1\0\14% 15  

Pride RideEdit

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