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From humble beginnings and prior careers, Josh Stucky and Brent Johnson have become one of Dayton Ohio’s “power” couples. They have built a business and become a force for community development, change and charity.
SF black, gay elder shares his life story with his friend and neighbor.
Black gay men must be seen, heard, affirmed and respected. Lee Perry has worked for years to help accomplish that — from serving on the board of the Greater Dayton LGBT Center, helping plan the annual Pride parade, and now...
Elliot and Emily respond to Darnell Moore and Bryan Epps at Magic City Acceptance Center
How a gay man who grew up in a conservative religious southern family stood up for who he is to his family at 56 and found happiness with his life partner and husband of over 20 years.
Two friends from the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival recap meeting and talk about Lyn’s 70+ years as a Butch Lesbian.
A former Jehovah’s Witness talks about leaving the faith and divorcing his wife after coming out.
The year’s following Stonewall, the AIDS crisis, the joining of AIDS organizations, and the creation of the UN’s first openly gay NGO
Richard “Dickie” Wilson shares experiences from his life as a gay labor rights and community activist over the last 50 years in Dayton, Ohio for Stonewall OutLoud and LGBTQ Greater Dayton Herstory & History Project
Patrick Lovell, an American who has lived in Japan for over 40 years, discusses his experience as a gay man coming of age in the 1960s and his journey with his partner Akira since then. For Patrick, family, honesty, and...
Dear pals, Lexie and Marina, talk about growing up in the Midwest, resonance with effeminate men, coming out as many things, hospitalization, the anthology “Written on the Body.” The interview may or may not close with a lil song 🙂
We talked about the community, how far it has come, and shared some stories from his lifetime and his experiences.
A touching journey through the life of 2 gay men and their struggles.#stonewalloutloud
“We got what we wanted, but we lost what we had.” Ken Latch and Gary Trout of NYC had their first date just months after the Stonewall Riots. Today, they are happily married and find community in a welcoming Catholic...
Bill Yule, a Canadian, and Barry Ball, an Australian, recount their 56 years together, how they met on stage in Australia, traveled the world together as a cruise ship singing act in the 1970s and ended up living together in...
George tells Nathan about growing up in the Philippines, dating, going to gay bars in the Philippines and the U.S., helping his friends and community, and the importance of safe housing for LGBT seniors.
This is my mom’s history as seen through the lense of AP US History. Diane W dives most deeply into the racial conflicts as seen in her experiences through the Rodney King race riots in the 90s. Being a Women’s...
Rabbi Victor discusses the intersection and intertwining of gay and Jewish identities in his life.
A story of a teenager from Sunset Utah, of poverty, child abuse, and redemption. Ashley Demaris Palmer is a Highschooler with an interesting life story behind him, with the places and ways he has lived and the people his met,...
Don Kao remembers growing up, attending college in Madison, WI, and realizing he was attracted to other men.
Don Kao shares about his childhood and coming out as a gay man in Madison, WI.