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Debbie King (42) shares a conversation with her friend, El Campbell (31), about gender fluidity, coming out, community, capitalism, and living with a chronic illness.
Maya Susice (29) interviews her mother, Rachel DeGuzman [no age given], about her childhood and her relationship with her parents. They talk about family history, disrupting gendered roles, and the hopes they have for Maya's daughter.
Shelly McCollum (56) and her mother, Mary "Carolyne" Duncan (77), share a conversation about their childhood memories, their careers in education, and the ways in which society has changed during their lifetimes.
Clay Stevens was a freshman in high school when he began wearing makeup as a way to express himself and feel more confident. In this interview he explains what sparked his interest, the reaction of those around him, and how...
15 minute conversation about her experience with gender norms.
Francine Barr (62) is interviewed by her daughter Francine Barr (31). Francine shares stories of her life and struggles to the top of the corporate ladder when gender roles served as a prime determinant to a woman’s success.
Friends Kris Fedro (56) and Jeannine Gracey (49) reflect on their relationships with their fathers, friendship, and gratitude.
Sarah Aronson (41) interviews her husband, Matthew Sanford (46), about his experience living openly as a bisexual father. They also recount their love story and reflect on the role Matthew's sexuality plays in their relationship.
Twins, Judy Hale Young [no age given] and Jane Hale [no age given], sit down for a conversation about Judy's experience in the U.S. Navy, Jane's experience stepping into her non-binary gender identity, their passions for music and literature, and...
Barbara Hilbush, my grandma and mother of three, speaks briefly about her experience growing up in a gender defined era, where it was hard for women to embrace independence and courage.
Ryan Wienczorkowski (18) talks to Danielle Thomas discuss Gender Socialization and it's effects on impoverished adolescents
Erika, a young woman living in the border between Mexico and the U.S, talks about feminism in Juarez city and how the movement has changed her as a woman.
Melanie McMullen (26) and her grandmother, Marie Hewlett (79), sit down for a conversation about their family, Marie’s teaching career, and their shared love of reading.
We talked about Beverly’s life and career in art’s management. We also talked about Beverly’s parents’ journey from Russia to the United States.
My mom and I talked about her growing up in the Philippines, her culture and her family.
Melissa Fineman (21) talks with her father Marvin Fineman (67) about an art pieces expressing her struggles of being bicultural.
An interview between a mother and daughter about her demographics and then her opinions about gender roles in relationships.
One Small Step conversation partners Jodie White (43) and Debbie Hollis (50), both natives of Louisiana, talk about how their early lives and transformative events like 9/11 shaped their politics, what they are proudest of in life, and their hopes...
In this interview, Natalia answered a series of philosophical questions based on a scenario related to the interviewee's career field: Exercise and Sports Science.
Kathryn Grady (51) interviews her mother, K. Jane Duncan (80), about her childhood, her travels, her teaching career, her experience raising two children as single mother, and how her attitude toward traditional gender roles has changed throughout the course of...
From earliest memories in the 1940’s to the civil rights movement in the 1960’s American south to thoughts about the future beyond 2018 Nancy talks about her life and points of view.
A Woman's Right: The Story It Tells – Victoria of Alamo, Texas speaks frankly about her experiences post-2016 election, her feelings regarding gender roles, and women's rights. Victoria talks about how her Mother and Aunts are all business owners in...
Ed and Lori discussed how humankind's career has come to define who they are, what it might look like if that changed and how we can move into a different paradigm through being ourselves and witnessing others do the same.
Friends Cecilia Airaldi (56) and Luisa "Ellie" Scioli (73) reflect on their friendship and time living in the YWCA Brooklyn. They discuss their stories that brought them there, their families, gender roles, and being survivors.
In this recording, Sierra a Kelly, a student at Eastern Michigan University, interviews Patti Balogh at her home in Canton, Michigan. This interview is for the Psychology of Women course at Eastern Michigan University. In this conversation, Patti Balogh will...