Magnus Hirschfeld has been mentioned or cited more than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Box Turtle Bulletin' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Magnus Hirschfeld was highly popular in January last year.
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[...] creators have long disputed who actually came up with the character. Veidt also appeared in Magnus Hirschfeld's pioneering gay rights film Anders als die Andern ("Different from the Others", [...]
[...] can constitute cultural minorities as well as being just individuals were Adolf Brand, Magnus Hirschfeld and Leontine Sagan in Germany. These pioneers were followed later in the United States by [...]
[...] the library of the Institut für Sexualwissenschaft (Institute for Sexology) headed by Magnus Hirschfeld, in 1933… by making these images visible in the world, not hiding them away behind closed [...]
[...] nothing to do with anything else but undermining society. Early Jewish activists such as Magnus Hirschfeld stressed that homosexuality had always been around and stretched back to Ancient Greek Days. [...]
[...] I of Portugal|Henry I, King of Portugal]], 68 *[[Johannes Hevelius]], 76, astronomer *[[Magnus Hirschfeld]], 67, German physician and sexologist *[[Irene Hunt]], 94, American children's writer *[[ [...]
[...] Rankings|No. 1 ranked player in the world]] * [[Magnus Erlendsson, Earl of Orkney]] * [[Magnus Hirschfeld]], German physician and sexologist * [[Magnus Larsson]], former professional tennis player [...]
[...] Gillette, Joe Gordon, Debbie Harry, June Haver, June Havoc, Billy Herman, Hildegarde, Magnus Hirschfeld, Lou Holtz, DeWolfe Hopper, Sarah T. Hughes, Charlie Joiner, George L. Kelly, Tug McGraw, [...]
[...] of the mind. This theme is made explicit by a titular reference to German sexologist Magnus Hirschfeld "looking at how music and sexuality can operate in flux on a constantly sliding scale& [...]