Published in 1972, more than 25 years after WWII, The Men With the Pink Triangle was the first testimony from a gay survivor of the Nazi concentration camps to be published and translated into English.
Premiering in London in 1979, Bent brought international attention to the suffering of gay men during the Holocaust and the widespread adoption of the pink triangle as a symbol for LGBTQ rights.
The first of its kind, Der Eigene was published in 1896 as the first gay magazine. Though it was shut down under Nazi pressure in 1932, this publication highlights the burgeoning queer community of pre-Nazi Germany.
Released in 2000, Paragraph 175 follows the lives of five gay survivors of the Holocaust including Gad Beck, a gay and Jewish resistance fighter who joined the underground efforts in Berlin to defy the Nazis.