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Out at Plimoth Plantation

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Story by Brandon Miller

Celebrate Thanksgiving early and get a real taste of what LGBT life was like back in the 17th century at Plimoth Plantation, a living history museum in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

On September 13, the museum will host “Out at Plimoth Plantation,” a one-day celebration of homosexual history and 17th century tolerance. At 2 p.m., a museum expert will present “We’ve Come A Long Way Baby,” a lecture taken from a colonial perspective. Then, at 3 p.m., two guest lecturers will present “Two-Spirit Is Better Than One,” a recounting of sex, gender and sexuality in Native American society. A traditional Thanksgiving meal tops off the day of historical edification.

Or if you just want to know more about Massachusetts, check out our Three Gay Days: Boston feature.


Photos: Getty Images
Story by Brandon Miller

Celebrate Thanksgiving early and get a real taste of what LGBT life was like back in the 17th century at Plimoth Plantation, a living history museum in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

On September 13, the museum will host “Out at Plimoth Plantation,” a one-day celebration of homosexual history and 17th century tolerance. At 2 p.m., a museum expert will present “We’ve Come A Long Way Baby,” a lecture taken from a colonial perspective. Then, at 3 p.m., two guest lecturers will present “Two-Spirit Is Better Than One,” a recounting of sex, gender and sexuality in Native American society. A traditional Thanksgiving meal tops off the day of historical edification.

Or if you just want to know more about Massachusetts, check out our Three Gay Days: Boston feature.


Photos: Getty Images
Story by Brandon Miller

Celebrate Thanksgiving early and get a real taste of what LGBT life was like back in the 17th century at Plimoth Plantation, a living history museum in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

On September 13, the museum will host “Out at Plimoth Plantation,” a one-day celebration of homosexual history and 17th century tolerance. At 2 p.m., a museum expert will present “We’ve Come A Long Way Baby,” a lecture taken from a colonial perspective. Then, at 3 p.m., two guest lecturers will present “Two-Spirit Is Better Than One,” a recounting of sex, gender and sexuality in Native American society. A traditional Thanksgiving meal tops off the day of historical edification.

Or if you just want to know more about Massachusetts, check out our Three Gay Days: Boston feature.

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