Larry Kramer

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Larry Kramer (born 1935) is an American playwright,author, and gay rights campaigner. In 1987 Kramer founded ACT-UP, a militant gay rights organization. In December 1989, thousands of ACT-UP members disrupted Mass at St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York. They were protesting the Catholic Church's teaching against homosexual acts and abortion. Catholics alleged that sacrilege was committed during the protest.

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