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Andrew Mortensen (31) talks with his colleague Patrick Olson (33) about the bike trip he took across the United States, through Mexico, Central America, and South America, ending in Patagonia. He talks about raising awareness and advocating for The Trevor...
Friends Dana Farmer (68) and Rob Nixon (70) talk about their friendship, the AIDS epidemic, and their advocacy work for the LGBTQ community.
Naomi Suskind (42) and Relle Goan (21) discuss the work they do for an LGBTQ program within the San Diego YMCA and how their childhood and high school experiences informed their career paths.
Connie Pagliuca: 2022-12-14 23:50:31
Ann Hilton Fisher (66) interviews her mother Miriam Hilton (89) about what it was like being the child of missionary parents, the role that the Presbyterian Church and faith played in her life going forward, and the different types of...
Christine Jones (49) shares a conversation with her friend, Ashley Saunders (37), about their advocacy work. Ashley also talks about navigating her own identity when she was younger and about supporting, affirming, and advocating for her children now.
Friends and colleagues David Aronstein (68) and Dale Mitchell (71) discuss their work together on the LGBT Aging Project, an advocacy group they founded in 2001.
Lynda Kay (57) and her daughter, Trysta Herzog (38), discuss their lifelong journeys as queer women and share how parenting has pushed them to examine different facets of their identity.
One Small Step partners, Nancy Key (73) and Jamie Franklin (63) discuss the intersection of faith and politics, abortion rights, and policies they support.
Malia Tungol (37) talks to her dad, Will Tungol [no age given], about his 28 years serving in the US Army.
Friends Diane Reda-West (61) and Michelle Tarantino (50) share a conversation about their friendship. They discuss how they first met, their experiences together, and their families.
Spouses, Faith Smith (44) and Justin Smith (45), reflect on the community they have lost and found since their daughter came out, and everything they have learned in the process.
George Thomas Nicola (71) is interviewed by his friend, Patricia May (72), about his career doing LGBTQ activism in Portland, OR.