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Jim McCarthy, current CEO of Miami Valley Fair Housing, is a gay man who has a long history of LGBTQ activism in Dayton. He has helped shape the community and the future for LGBTQ people.
“You never know when it’s going to be the last time you see somebody, life is so uncertain” In this interview, we hear Mighty Behrendt interviewing her grandmother, Sharon Hemmer Ruotola in Las Vegas, Nevada on November 28th,2019. Sharon was...
A conversation with my aunt about her life and the things she went through. From her biggest dreams that could’ve been accomplished to her constant jobs she had when she was younger while being a single mother. The importance of...
We talked about his childhood, how he was always getting in trouble before he found his love for books and sports, and then his time in the army as an air force doctor.
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.
Brent Johnson and Josh Stucky have become a powerful force for good in the Dayton Ohio area and beyond. They started their social justice drag troupe in their apartment attic and over the last several years have raised more than...
Jim tells the story of his own coming out process and how he has helped shape/guide the Dayton LGBTQ community through important pivotal periods and events since the 1980s, including a protest that led to the ouster of the editor...
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...
Dayton-area lesbian Janice James gives a tour of former lesbian and gay bars on the near West side of Dayton.
Janice James started coming out as a lesbian at age 13 with her first love for a neighbor girl in the 1960s. Since then, she’s survived stigma, mental health struggles, intimate partner abuse, a name change and ultimately a life...