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Gay History Project


Gay History Project
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Description

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I would like to give a very special thank you to everyone who has purchased this app. We have had great worldwide success so far:

In Guatemala, we reached number 6 in the itunes app store and number 1 in the reference section!

In Mexico's app store, we reached number 9 and in Russia we've climbed to number10!

We have been in the top twenty apps in the United Kingdom (14), Nederland (17), and Belgium(18).

We have also ranked in the top 100 in Denmark (42), South Africa (44), Turkey (50), New Zealand (53), Canada (55), United States (63), and Singapore (96).

We are also proud to have reached number 129 in Spain and 193 in France.

We were also ranked the number one LGBT iPhone app by Ramon Johnson of About.com! Thank you very much Mr. Johnson!

Thank you again to our friends all over the world!
-John and Damien
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I recently learned that my British husband wouldn’t be allowed to apply for a green card because the US Federal Government doesn’t recognize our marriage. Although we have yet to be united, the saddest part is that we aren’t the only ones going through this. Over 30,000 same-sex couples are being kept apart, and even more are denied basic rights. It is because of this that I decided to see what has happened around the world in regards to gay rights.

This app includes over 150 LGBT historical events, places, and influential people and a forum in which new stories can be added, allowing the amount of information to grow every day, so people can think more carefully in the future about equality.

What's New in Version 2.0

Gay History Project pairs up with facebook for a better experience with a bigger community

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