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Put your knowledge to the test with trivia from the new 2023 page-a-day calendar, Pride: A Celebration of LGBTQIA+ History and Community!

#1. A 2020 Gallup poll found that 5.6% of Americans identify as LGBTQ+. How many of them identify as bisexual?

#2. The Supreme Court of which U.S. state ruled that oral sex between two women didn't violate the anti-sodomy law because sodomy can only be performed between two men or between a man and a woman?

#3. In what year did Susan and Carol (Ross's ex-wife) get married on the TV show Friends?

#4. Melissa Etheridge came out as lesbian at an inauguration ball for which U.S. president?

#5. In what year was the nonbinary pride flag created?

#6. Which type of flower's sales plummeted in the early 20th century because of their association with lesbianism?

#7. In the 1953 Kinsey Report, how many women ages 20 to 35 did Dr. Alfred Kinsey say were "exclusively homosexual?"

#8. Which country was the first in the world to ban genital surgeries on intersex babies?

#9. In 1982, which U.S. state was the first to pass a law prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation?

#10. Same-sex couples make up 2-8% of households in every U.S. state... except for one where 18% of households are headed up by a same-sex couple? Which state is it?

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You’re a queer trivia whiz! All of this quiz’s info came from the 2023 page-a-day calendar Pride: A Celebration of LGBTQIA History and Community. It’s on sale now and has 300 more bits of trivia, moments from history, quotes, profiles of historical figures, and more. A mix of serious and fun facts, the calendar will ship in time for a holiday gift or for you to use for yourself in the new year. Buy now!

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pride page-a-day calendar

You’ve got lots more queer trivia to learn! All of this quiz’s info came from the 2023 page-a-day calendar Pride: A Celebration of LGBTQIA History and Community. It’s on sale now and has 300 more bits of trivia, moments from history, quotes, profiles of historical figures, and more. A mix of serious and fun facts, the calendar will ship in time for a holiday gift or for you to use for yourself in the new year. Buy now!

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Sarah Prager
Sarah Prager
Sarah Prager is a writer living in Massachusetts with her wife and their two children. She is the author of the award-winning Queer, There, and Everywhere: 23 People Who Changed the World and Rainbow Revolutionaries: 50 LGBTQ+ People Who Made History. Her writing has also appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, HuffPost, Bustle, JSTOR Daily, and GO Magazine, among others. www.sarahprager.com.