The Washington D.C. home of the "father of the gay rights movement," Frank Kameny, has been declared a D.C.historical landmark—and just in time for CPAC. Choke on it, bigots. The designation automatically nominates Kameny's house for the National Register of Historic Places, reports the Washington Post. There's currently just one gay-rights landmark on the National Register of Historic Places: New York City's Stonewall Inn.