Organizers estimated that 1,, attended the March. The D. Police Department put the number between , and more than 1 million,  making it one of the largest protests in American history. The National Park Service estimated attendance at ,,  but their figure attracted so much negative attention that it shortly thereafter stopped issuing attendance estimates for similar events. Between the March on Washington and the early s, LGBT people achieved much more mainstream visibility than they ever had in the past.
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At once defiant and festive, hundreds of thousands of gay and lesbian Americans and their supporters rallied in the capital today, celebrating the right to be homosexual and demanding freedom from discrimination. Mixner, a longtime gay friend of President Clinton, who has lately been critical of him, told the crowd. We won't go back.
By Harrie Farrow. S ome gays and lesbians, pleased with victories over homophobia, dismiss the notion that they should help fight biphobia. Although biphobia is a separate menace from homophobia, the bi community still suffers at the hands of homophobia, so of course, we have been involved all along in fighting for gay rights. This fiction about bisexual people's absence in gay rights battles commits the grievous act of writing out of history the bisexual community's oh so very present and active roles on all levels of battles the gay community has had to endure.