This week I focused mostly on the Gay Liberation Movement. Just as African Americans and women all fought for equality, gay women and men fought for legal equality, such as marriage rights. This movement was sparked in 1969, after a riot began in the Stonewall Inn in New York City between the police officers and gay men. I have personally experienced my own participation in antidiscrimination for gay men and women. Last year I attended the Gay Pride Parade in hillcrest, which really allowed homosexuals to feel at peace and were able to experience no judgments from others. Even as time passes and society progresses, there is still room for more improvement regarding equality.