Although he was the most pro- LGBT politician in the United States at the time, politics and activism were not his early interests; he was neither open about his sexuality nor civically active until he was 40, after his experiences in the counterculture movement of the s. He took advantage of the growing political and economic power of the neighborhood to promote his interests and unsuccessfully ran three times for political office. Milk's theatrical campaigns earned him increasing popularity, and in he won a seat as a city supervisor. His election was made possible by a key component of a shift in San Francisco politics. Milk served almost eleven months in office, during which he sponsored a bill banning discrimination in public accommodations, housing, and employment on the basis of sexual orientation. The Supervisors passed the bill by a vote of 11—1, and it was signed into law by Mayor George Moscone.
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The Halloween celebration held in The Castro district of San Francisco began in the s as a neighborhood costume contest. By the late s, it had shifted from a children's event to a gay celebration that continued to grow into a massive annual street party until when a shooting wounded nine people and prompted the city to call off the event. San Francisco's gay Halloween celebration in the early s originally centered on the early gay bars in the Tenderloin district. They had moved there from the North Beach neighborhood which continues to be a magnet for adult entertainment and nightlife. In the late s, the celebration was centered on Grant Avenue in North Beach.
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The Castro was one of the first gay neighborhoods in the United States. San Francisco's gay village is mostly concentrated in the business district that is located on Castro Street from Market Street to 19th Street. Although the greater gay community was, and is, concentrated in the Castro, many gay people live in the surrounding residential areas bordered by Corona Heights , the Mission District , Noe Valley , Twin Peaks , and Haight-Ashbury neighborhoods. Castro Street, which originates a few blocks north at the intersection of Divisadero and Waller Streets, runs south through Noe Valley, crossing the 24th Street business district and ending as a continuous street a few blocks farther south as it moves toward the Glen Park neighborhood.
The event started in and is California 's third-largest single-day, outdoor spectator event  and the world's largest leather event and showcase for BDSM products and culture. Although sadomasochism has been practiced for many centuries , the modern gay leather scene in the United States developed beginning in when thousands of gay servicemen were given blue discharges from service after World War II and came to the major port cities of the United States to live in gay ghettos. In , the Marlon Brando film The Wild One appeared, and some butch gays began to imitate Brando by wearing black leather jackets, a black leather cap, black leather boots and jeans and, if they could afford it, by also riding motorcycles. Navy infantry looking for same-sex sexual encounters. Folsom Street has been the center of San Francisco's men's leather community since the mids.