To mark Pride 2020, Museum of Youth Culture are sharing some of the LGBTQ+ images from their archives. Scroll through the images at the bottom of the page
Museum of Youth Culture is a new museum dedicated to the styles, sounds and social movements innovated by young people over the last 100 years. Championing the impact of youth on modern society, the Museum of Youth Culture is formed from the archives of YOUTH CLUB, a non-profit Heritage Funded collection incorporating over 150,000 photographs, ephemera and educational texts from over 400 photographers and writers celebrating youth culture history. From the bomb-site Bicycle racers in post-war 1940s London, to the Acid House ravers of 1980s Northern England, the Museum of Youth Culture empowers the extraordinary everyday stories of growing up in Britain.
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Sapphire, Hotwells, Bristol, 1984. Image by Beezer / Museum of Youth Culture
Speakers at Anti Clause 28 demonstration, Manchester, 1988. Image by Peter Walsh / Museum of Youth Culture
Trade, Turnmills 20th December 1998. Image by Jason Manning / Museum of Youth Culture
Two clubbers sharing a kiss on the dance floor of a crowded club, UK 2000's. Image by Tristan O'Neill / Museum of Youth Culture
Marchers, Anti Clause 28 demonstration, Manchester, 1988. Image by Peter Walsh / Museum of Youth Culture
Jimmy Somerville, London 1989. Image by Clare Muller / Museum of Youth Culture