Jinx Beers was founder of
Lesbian News and lifelong lesbian activist throughout Southern California. This collection represents administrative activities of
Lesbian News as well as the writing and publication of Beers's memoir and various stories and articles.
Jinx Beers was born in Pasadena, CA in 1933. She joined the Air Force and after receiving an honorable discharge, she remained
active in Reserves for another twelve years. She resigned in 1974 due to the United States Military's policies concerning
homosexuals. She then went on to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California Los Angeles in experimental
psychology. She worked at the UCLA Institute for Transportation and Traffic Engineering for eighteen years.
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