(1940 - living) U.S.A.
Madeline was elected the first openly lesbian delegate to a national political convention, the Democratic Convention that nominated McGovern in 1972.
In 1995 Madeline was the "poster girl" for an arts/theatre center tattoo show. The photo was chosen best color poster of the year by the Commercial Printers & Publishers Association. She is primarily a scholar, and co-authored Boots of Leather, Slippers of Gold.
- Stonewall nation (the first gay liberation song, originally written in 1971)
- My mother was a lady (all from Daughter of All Women, 1983)
- Boots of leather, Slippers of Gold (co-authored in 1993 with Elizabeth Lapovsky Kennedy; won a Lammie Award for Best Lesbian Studies)