Mattachine is the Chicago Tribune-recommended podcast following the true story of a secret organization created by Harry Hay that catalyzed the American gay rights movement in 1950. From its spark of inspiration in 1920s Chicago, through secret speakeasy-style meetings that brought together anonymous homosexuals, we journey into the McCarthy-era paranoia that pulled the activists apart and scattered the seeds of the homosexual rights movement long before it was immortalized by Stonewall.
Mattachine is a podcast dedicated to exploring the overlooked, forgotten, or often-untold stories in queer history, told in serialized episodes.
Created by Devlyn Camp & Polari Productions.
It's super cute, and we only email when we have big news and fun perks!