Esmé Langley

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Esmé Langley (1919–1991) was the founder of Arena Three, the first British magazine for lesbians [1] and the Minorities Research Group, described as "the earliest overt homophile group of any kind in this country" by Antony Grey [2].

She was born in Guisborough, Yorkshire.


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  2. Personal Tapestry, page 129