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Between the years of and the annual numbers of women convicted of homosexuality ranged between one and twelve. As ofParis had LGBT bars, clubs, hotels, restaurants, shops, and other commercial businesses. Foreign expats continued to be drawn to the more open society that existed in Paris. His assailant told police that "he hated politicians, the Socialist Party, and homosexuals. Sibalis, who notes a twelfth-century poet's description of the city as full of "the vice of Sodom". Many lesbians did not visit gay bars and instead socialized in circles of friends.

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Tamagne stated that in the s the LGBT populations socialized with migrant groups, some youth groups, criminal groups, and other groups who were "marginalized" in society.

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Tamagne stated that in the s the LGBT populations socialized with migrant groups, some youth groups, criminal groups, and other groups who were "marginalized" in society. Historian Julian Jackson defined the creation of this group as the " Stonewall " of French LGBT history, when activists developed a view of the world "In opposition to what had gone on before. Gunther Springer, The Elastic Closet: A gay couple that were burned to death in front of the Hotel de Ville in for being gay are memorialized with a stone that has been laid at the intersection of Rue Montorgueil and Rue Bachaumont, where the two were caught by police. In the s and s the police and authorities tolerated homosexuals as long as the conduct was private and out of view.

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This homosexual consent law was kept in place after the war, lowered to 18 in and to 15 in Fodor's Travel Publications Descriptions of lesbian salons, cafes and restaurants were included in tourist guides and journalism of the era, as well as mention of houses of prostitution that were uniquely for lesbians. The French Revolution decriminalized sodomy in and as a result increasingly robust queer cultures began to emerge in Paris in the late 18th and 19th centuries. Lesbians and bisexual women in particular saw increased visibility during this period, both in the public sphere and in representations in art and literature. Views Read Edit View history. Argentina Mexico United States By city.

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