From that moment forward, Gent developed an immense passion and curiosity for not only vintage photography, but stories of an untold history of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender LGBT individuals that could be hidden behind the lens. Gent was moved to begin forming a massive compilation of vintage photographs that showcase same-sex couples, available now through a site he titled " Homo History. Unfortunately, so many of these photos were purposely destroyed by horrified family members," said Gent. I hope that by sharing these photos of vintage gay and lesbian couples, we can correct the social injustice that they endured by seeing them in a brand new light. The Huffington Post caught up with Gent last week to discuss the way in which he came across this extensive collection of vintage photographs, what they mean to him as an LGBT-identifying individual, and how he hopes they will contribute to the formation of an often invisible or erased history for the LGBT community. The Huffington Post: How did you come across all of these photographs?
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Farrell, partly based on research by "Diogenes" "Kissing the Gunner's Daughter" was naval slang for corporal punishment administered to a young seaman over a gun as imagined in this artist's impression. See also the same scene from other angles. In the eighteenth century the Royal Navy encouraged boys as young as nine to enlist as 'servants' the lower age limit was raised to 13 in They acted as cabin boys to officers and senior seamen, but they were also apprentice seamen, 'learning the ropes' literally as they underwent sail training on the rigging.