Category:Consoli, Massimo

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Born in Rome 1946, (Luciano) Massimo Consoli is one of the founders of the Italian gay movement. He has also been a prolific writer of studies on the history of homosexuality, autobiographical works, and translations. Over several decades he accumulated a massive international archive of homosexuality, which is now housed in the Archivio di Stato in Rome. Long-term stays in the Netherlands and the United States consolidated his international outlook. Nonetheless he became best known for his work in challenging the Vatican and other hostile forces in his native Rome. For a number of years he edited the periodical Rome Gay News. Read More

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