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Black t-shirt
Front: "Queerland"
Back: "Queer Be-In!" Additional text.

Queerland was a Stanford University LGBT student group.


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T-shirt Collection Box 80

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Reproduction and use of this material may require permission from the copyright holder. Please contact the GLBT Historical Society or Wearing Gay History for more information.


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“Queerland Stanford,” Wearing Gay History, accessed April 13, 2021, http://wearinggayhistory.com/items/show/3055.

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Not to be offensive but was it necessary to put on some images on the T which can be seemed as inappropriate? The word queer can be taken into different meanings but i don't think i will like to wear around something which have explicit images on it.

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The most popular roles at Stanford University are: computer science and information science and support services; engineer; Multidisciplinary research; Social studies and physics. Strict attire has been applied to the headquarters and most of all on campus, which is a big part of Stanford's history. Today, students wear casual clothes on campus.

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Depends. But i do not feel you would be a flyer. and so much top college stage cheerleading group are a lot more complicated that handstands and cart wheels. I feel you must appear extra into the game considering the fact that proper.

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