The bar was all there was. The only place we could meet – like Stonewall Inn – that was what we had.

Part 1 of 2 (This interview contains strong language and brief descriptions of sexual acts.) From a young age, Randy Moulder was a victim of sexual abuse and exploitation by neighbors, family members, and his school principal. As a teen,...

Miko Thomas: Native American Drag Queen and Activist

Dr Livingston interviews the man behind the queen, Miko Thomas, aka Landa Lakes. Choosing a protest name for his female persona, Miko has sent decades carving paths for future generations. In this interview, Miko talks about life as a child...

LGBTQ+ inclusion in churches

I interview Jared Jaggers, a pastoral resident at Wilshire Baptist Church, about its recent LGBTQ+ inclusion decision and LGBTQ+ involvement in churches.

I look at their children and they are so full of love and empathy and love. My kids are the parents I wish I could have been like.

Activist Deborah Allen talks about organizing ACT UP Shreveport as a single, working mom who also was attending college. She made a living as a hairstylist and sewing gowns for drag queens. After her friend John David was diagnosed with...

George McDonald and Sarah Teagarden for Stonewall OutLoud

George tells Sarah about being gay all his life, but only coming out at age 70 (just like Barry Manilow). He describes dating and falling in love with men during his 35 years overseas with Peace Corps and other organizations...

Local Pusher : The First

Crystal chats about her aspirations of being the first to graduate college and her struggle coming to terms with her sexuality.

Reflecting On a New Life in College

Annie and I talk about how life has changed since getting to college and how we’ve dealt with those challenges.

Queer Dialogue (Dana)

An interview of Dana Vinicoff to be preserved for the years to come.

About Eugene Jones

Learning about Eugene as an LGBT individual from another generation.

Fred Poland tells the story of how he founded the Dayton Gay Men's Chorus and the journey since then.

Fred Poland started the Dayton Gay Men’s Chorus in 2003 and has helped lead the Chorus to become of one of Dayton’s most revered cultural/arts organizations. The Chorus has served as refuge and family for its members and helped create...

The history of my dad

In this interview conducted in Lafayette Colorado on May 20th, 2019, Annabel Stewart interviews her dad about the impacts of growing up in bible-belt Texas and a sheltered political climate. His small high school and limited social circles influenced the...

Lucy Elam and Lindsey Scott for Stonewall OutLoud

Lucy tells Lindsey about growing up in Bloomington, Indiana, coming to terms with her sexuality, finding a lesbian community in college, facing discrimination at work, and campaigning for LGBT rights in the workplace. She also asks Lindsey about the concept...

One of the most life-changing events happened on that corner. This man cared enough about a street urchin to pick him up off the street.

(This interview contains strong language and brief descriptions of sexual acts.) As a highly-attractive young gay man, Randy quickly fit into the Dallas gay bar scene, found problems with drugs, sex, and prostitution. When he prostituted in front of Dallas...

Interview with Ray Rudolph part 1

I interview Ray Rudolph on LGBT history in San Francisco and talk about my own experiences with the LGBT community

Interview with my girlfriend

In this interview I decided to interview my girlfriend, who I’ve been friends with for well over a year and been dating for about ten months. Her upbringing was very different from mine, but we still ended up in the...

Through Fan-fiction I Discovered My Sexuality

As a young kid, I found myself reading stories online to keep me busy. Especially fan fictions, and it was through these stories that I discovered who I am.

Harold Kooden PhD for Stonewall Outloud (Part 1)

One of the first openly gay psychologists in the country, who helped to create the first network of LGBT health professionals and mobilize the gay community during the AIDS crisis.

Episcopalian Minister in Savannah

An Episcopalian minister in Georgia shares his experiences and advice for young LGBTQ people.