The Empty Closet (1971-Current)

Empty Closet, no. 211 (February 1990)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 210 (December 1989)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV)., Issue not numbered
Empty Closet, no. 209 (November 1989)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 208 (October 1989)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 207 (September 1989)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 206 (August 1989)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 205 (July 1989)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 204 (June 1989)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 203 (May 1989)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 202 (April 1989)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 201 (March 1989)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 200 (February 1989)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 199 (December 1988)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 198 (November 1988)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 197 (October 1988)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 196 (September 1988)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 195 (August 1988)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 194 (July 1988)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 193 (June 1988)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 192 (May 1988)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 191 (April 1988)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 190 (March 1988)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 189 (February 1988)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 188 (December 1987)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 187 (November 1987)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 186 (October 1987)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 185 (September 1987)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 184 (August 1987)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV)., Issue not numbered
Empty Closet, no. 183 (July 1987)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 182 (June 1987)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 181 (May 1987)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV)., Issue not numbered
Empty Closet, no. 180 (April 1987)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV)., Issue not numbered
Empty Closet, no. 179 (March 1987)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 178 (January 1987)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV)., Issue not numbered
Empty Closet, no. 177 (December 1986)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 176 (November 1986)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 175 (October 1986)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 174 (September 1986)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 173 (August 1986)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).
Empty Closet, no. 172 (July 1986)
Empty Closet is one of the oldest continually published LGBT newspapers in the United States, and the oldest LGBT newspaper in New York State. Empty Closet covers local, state, national, and international news, as well as issues pertaining to the LGBT community. It was begun at the University of Rochester by Bob Osborn and Larry Fine, the founders of the UR student group, Rochester Gay Liberation Front, and later transferred to the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley (GAGV).