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Dayton-area lesbian Janice James gives a tour of former lesbian and gay bars on the near West side of Dayton.
LGBTQ+ Her/History Project Steering Committee member Sue Elam interviews Pam Conine, Mayor of Yellow Springs, Ohio. Pam is a lesbian who shares her story about thriving in the Miami Valley as an out lesbian.
Janice James has been an out lesbian for a long time in Dayton, Ohio. She shares some her many experiences, including her opinions about the general lesbian community and her hopes for the future.
Janice James started coming out at age 13 in 1960s in Dayton, Ohio. As an adult, she served on board of the Dayton Gay & Lesbian Center for a couple of years and also started a social dinner club for...
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...
Two friends from the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival recap meeting and talk about Lyn’s 70+ years as a Butch Lesbian.
Grace (Thornton) Vaughn and her girlfriend Phyllis Marshall were among the first — if not THE first — same-sex couple to file suit after being denied a marriage license in Dayton, Ohio, in 1974. Ultimately, they were granted the right...
Anne and Mary have been married 30 years. Their niece Siobhan and her wife Erin interview them about their journey coming out to themselves and their families and building their lives together.
Memories of lesbian life of an 82 year old in honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall riot
The photo featured here is from 1992, our first year together. When Stonewall happened, neither of us knew. We became a couple in Chicago 23 years later. The chorus of CeCe Peniston’s “Finally,” a tune that was popular during our...
Linda speaks on learning about herself as a Lesbian, relationships, how she was treated by different people in her life, and writing.
Stonewall OutLoud Interview with Phebe Karen Beiser curator of Ohio Lesbian Archives discussing her story and the archives. #StonewallOutLoud and Greater Dayton LGBTQ+ Herstory/History Project along with Rainbow Elder Care of Greater Dayton
Beth and Julie tell Karen about falling in love at Oberlin College, moving to California and later Chicago for graduate school, finding a welcoming Episcopalian church, having a ceremony, beginning their journey to have children during the AIDS epidemic, becoming...
Growing up visually impaired, abused, and coming out stronger.
Carolyn tells Jill about growing up on the South and West Sides of Chicago, knowing she was gay at 9 years old, and coming out on the last day of college. She describes her past relationships with women, the strong...
Christina tells Amanda about growing up in Brooklyn, coming out at 14, navigating life with parents who never accepted her sexuality, creating a chosen family, deciding to have a child in the 80s, and later struggling for custody as a...
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...
Heidi tells a last story and reflects on what she’s proud of and what she hopes for the future.
Heidi talks about growing up, feeling like she always had a “boy’s brain,” her first love, coming out in her 20s, and becoming a police officer and self defense instructor.
The activism happened inside the Astro Restaurant as well as outside. The waitresses were allies to the gay community.
Ronnie covers everything from being outed in graduate school and helping to organize 9 day protest outside of the Astro Restaurant in Chicago to her current activism as a physiologist and educator.