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Margie, 63, interviews Phyllis, 85, about her work in the lesbian rights movement and the influence that she has had on Margie’s life.
My neighbor and I talked about his life growing up and coming out as a gay man. He expressed his struggles with understanding what “gay” actually means and excepting that he is in fact gay.
Haley Thomas (67) is interviewed by her friend, Susan Trotz (63), about her life and the process of coming out to herself and to her children.
Carol Brockmon, 81, is interviewed by her grandchildren (Juna, 16 and Coby, 18) during an annual family visit to Monhegan, Maine. Juna and Coby ask Carol her commitment to and disillusionment with Communism as a teenager in the 1950s; her...
In part one we learned about how Clay changed his school policy on allowing boys to wear makeup. In part two we went more in depth with others reactions to the policing change, the impact of social media and Clay’s...
Ripley Hotch, 77, puts his perspective on what has changed and what has remained in the LGBTQ "community" over the past 50 years by sharing anecdotes from growing up as a member of the “Lucky Few” gay generation. These include...
Virginia Carlsen, 51, interviewed by her daughter Erika Carlsen, 24. Viriginia talks about growing up in a working class Mexican family in Chicago and the struggles they faced there, the experience moving to all-white Utah with her family at 18,...
James Hensley (58) tells his husband Chris Jarvis (58) about his 30 years as a bartender in gay bars, describing the exciting nightlife of the places where he worked, as well as the dangers of being "out" and discovered in...
Talking to my brother about growing up, my coming out, masculinity and music.
Vastupal Kinkhabwala (83) talks with his granddaughter, Sonia Kinkhabwala (22), about his childhood, marriage, and some of the most meaningful moments in his life.
Lauren Buisson and Sean Kolodji discuss politics, history, and the evolution of gay rights as they celebrate one year of friendship.
Diana Holdridge (79) reflects on how she felt when both of her children, Heather Holdridge (48) and James "Jim" Holdridge (47), came out to her. Heather and Jim talk about their father's reaction and they share what they have learned...
I talk to my mother about her childhood, her first love, and the family she has raised.
One Small Step conversation partners Roger Moon [no age given] and Cindy Miles (58) discuss growth, perspective and self-acceptance.
Friends Annissa Carter (25) and Dyme "Indigaux" Ellis (24) share in conversation their experiences as Black, queer artists, discover the similarities that they share, and reflect on the importance of art and expression in their own lives.
Genie Hargrove (55) talks with her friends Doug Keith (43) and Joe Windish (56) about her journey to becoming a Baptist minister and reconciling that with her identity as a lesbian and a woman.
Intervening Isabel about her life. Talking about her identity and her past.
Joseph "Joe" Holladay (48) talks to his mentor, Laura Holton (43), about coming out to his family, his relationship with alcohol, his path to sobriety, and his plans for the future.
this is an interview with my mom about how being a homosexual impacted her life and my grandma was a closeted lesbian.