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There were also several protests of legal restrictions on gay bars in the 1960s.
In 1966, the Mattachine Society staged a "Sip-In" at Julius Bar in New York City challenging a New York State Liquor Authority prohibition on serving alcohol to gays.
In 1950, gay activist Harry Hay and several other men founded the Mattachine Society, the first enduring LGBT rights organization in the United States. Mc Carthy hired Roy Cohn — who some allege was a closeted gay man — as chief counsel of his Congressional subcommittee, which among other things investigated homosexuality in government employees.
It has also been noted for its enigmatic treatment of homosexuality.
Nevertheless, there were some gay men who had an important impact on American history at this time, particularly literature.