The adventures of Bill and Barry : two old Queens in Ft. Lauderdale and their life in showbiz on land and sea

Bill Yule, a Canadian, and Barry Ball, an Australian, recount their 56 years together, how they met on stage in Australia, traveled the world together as a cruise ship singing act in the 1970s and ended up living together in...

Interview with one of the first legally married same sex couples in Tennessee

An interview with Darlene and Ann Jacobs-Anderson: one of the first legally married same sex couples in Tennessee. They are my parents, my mother (Darlene) and her wife (Ann) married just two and a half months after gay marriage was...

Civil Conversation

I asked my sisters boyfriend several questions on political issues i believe are a problem in the us.

Stonewall OutLoud

We talked about the community, how far it has come, and shared some stories from his lifetime and his experiences.

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Derek Scheuerman and Jay Russell

One Small Step conversation partners Derek Scheuerman (23) and Jay Russell (27) are acquaintances who learn more about each other discussing the commonalities and differences in their upbringings, hardships they've faced, religious identities, gender identities, and goals for the future.

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Carson Berrier and Anna Koutsouftikis

One Small Step conversation partners Carson Berrier (23) and Anna Koutsouftikis (18) talk about how they grew up, their religious beliefs, politics, their interests and what they see and hope for their futures.

Obergfell v. Hodges

Caleb G. Pluta interviews Richard J. Pluta jr. I’m a historic court case

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Marina Gomberg and Elenor Gomberg

Spouses Elenor Gomberg (37) and Marina Gomberg (38) talk about how they began dating, the story of getting married to each other when gay marriage was legalized, and becoming parents together. Marina and Elenor talk about the process of getting...

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Miranda Duschack and Mimo Davis

Flower farming partners Miranda Duschack (43) and Mimo Davis (65) talk about their work as urban flower farmers in St. Louis and the many iterations of their relationship, from business partners to co-parents, that their flowers have guided them through.

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Heather Lockerman and Eric Kaufman

One Small Step conversation partners Heather Lockerman (48) and Eric Kaufman (46) discuss the intersection between U.S. politics and religion, why interaction with people different than you matters, and navigating when your children's views differ from your own.

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Lindsi H. and Jessica Holzemer

One Small Step Partners Lindsi H. (35) and Jessica Holzemer (39) talk about caregiving, coping with grief, and the values at the center of their personal and political identities.

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Spencer Lucker, Liz Lucker, and Mary Machen

Spencer Lucker (33) and his parents, Liz Lucker (70) and Mary Machen (71), reflect on Liz and Mary’s experience raising a son as a gay couple in Little Rock, Arkansas. Liz and Mary give words of advice to Spencer as...

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Kevin Kellogg and Stewart Pearce

Kevin Kellogg is interviewed by his partner and future husband Stewart Pearce about how the role Lincoln Center has played in his life, the Metropolitan Opera how they met their relationship and pending marriage.

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Chase Crowson and Christian Duncan

Chase Crowson, 40, talks with Christian Duncan, 34, about Chase’s medical condition, his three surgeries, his withdrawal from methadone, and their marriage to one another. Although Chase was born with two congenital conditions, he did not develop any symptoms until...

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Rachel Yves and John Linnehan

One Small Step conversation partners Rachel Yves (30) and John Linnehan (74) talk about religion, religious values, moral agency, and the role religion plays in their lives.

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Victoria Berdanis-Dukart and Rosanne Berdanis-Dukart

Wives Victoria "Vickie" Berdanis-Dukart (57) and Rosanne Berdanis-Dukart (49) tell the story of their relationship, from how they initially met, to a 5 1/2 year period of not seeing each other, to their eventual marriage and life together.