Callum & Ians History Quizzes To Get Your Brain Cells Working Part 6 LGBT History
This is the Sixth Quiz and is based on 'LGBT History Hubs'. Many of you have read our 100 hubs covering LGBT People of History, and it is there where you will find your answers for the questions about the following people.
This Quiz is slightly harder than the others and you may struggle so please find below a link to our LGBT People Of History Series where you can do some revision and will help you whilst answering the questions.
Best Of Luck To You All!
If You Would Like To Do Some Revision, Then Here Is The Link To Our LGBT People Of History Series That Will Help You Find Your Answers
- LGBT People Of History Collection
Here are the links to each of the LGBT People Of History hubs that Ian and I have wrote. As mentioned above, each time a new one is published you will find it on here.
1 - Get a pen or pencil and a piece of paper.
2 - Answer the questions below on your piece of paper.
3 - Then check your answers to the answers below
4 - Answer the poll and tell me how many you really got right.
Please don't lie and cheat by going to the answers straight away, have an attempt and if you dont know the answer, move on to the next question.
Come on this is fun and I am sure you will all enjoy it.
What was Hadrian’s male lover and consort’s name?
A – Antinous
B – Aristotle
C – Aristophanes
D – Aunty Mary
Alexander The Great was born on which of the following dates?
A – 356BCE
B – 345BCE
C – 321BCE
D – 355BCE
What was Tchaikovsky’s full name?
A – Peter Roland Tchaikovsky
B – Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
C – Pyotr Sergei Tchaikovsky
D – Pyotr Iletsovo Tchaikovsky
Christine Jorgensen returned to New York (after having full sexual reassignment surgery) on which date making her an overnight celebrity?
A – February 1953
B – March 1952
C – January 1951
D – November 1950
Bessie Smith American blues legend was born in which year?
A – 1897
B – 1898
C – 1900
D – 1937
Time for a break, you have reached the half way post now and your well on your way to completing the quiz.
But we don't want you to strain yourself or have a nervous breakdown so go and have a nice few minutes break with a cup of tea, coffee or what ever you like to drink, listen to some music and maybe have a read of some of our LGBT History hubs.
Whatever you choose to do please have a break.
Okay when you have had a rest, its time to strap yourself in, pin back ears and open your eyes and begin the next five questions.
Come on everyone you can do this!!
Michelangelo painted Genesis on which Chapel ceiling?
A – The Sistine Chapel
B – St Peters Basilica
C – St Mary’s Chapel
D – Westminster Abbey
The bestselling book ‘Goodbye To Berlin’ was used to make the blockbuster film ‘Cabaret’, but it was written by which author?
A – W.H. Auden
B – Christopher Isherwood
C – Walt Whitman
D - E.M Forster
Andy Warhol was born in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania on which date?
A – August 6th 1928
B – August 6th 1927
C – August 6th 1926
D – August 6th 1925
Harvey Milk served in the US Army during the Korean war True Or False?
True – He served in the US Army
False – He served in the US Navy
What was John Inman’s Character ‘Mr Humphries’ famous catch phrase from the 1970s sitcom ‘Are You Being Served’?
A – I’m Free
B – I’m Me
C – I’m Here
D – I’m A Little Teapot Short And Stout
You Have Done It!!
You have done the Quiz, and now its time to have another cup of tea, coffee, a lie down, ciggy or even nervous break down but well done on completing the Quiz!!
Right then its now time to mark your answers, you will find my answers to the questions below, now please be honest when you take the vote and tell me how many you really got right.
NO CHEATING!!! or I will be very upset and you will be sent to your bedroom without super and made to sit on the naughty step for the next ten years!
Thanks again for having a go at this one quiz, and I hope that you have enjoyed it. :)
How Many Did You Get Right?See results without voting
Answers To The Ten Questions
Question One - (A) Antinous
Question Two - (A) 356BCE
Question Three - (B) Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Question Four -(A) 1953
Question Five - (A) 1897
Question Six - (A) The Sistine Chapel
Question Seven - (B) Christopher Isherwood
Question Eight -(A) August 6th 1928
Question Nine - False He Served In The US Navy
Question Ten - (A) I'm Free
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