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This was an interview for my Women Writers class. I interviewed my friend Julia about her experiences being a lesbian and how it impacted her life.
Two friends from the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival recap meeting and talk about Lyn’s 70+ years as a Butch Lesbian.
Steve Desroches (48) talks to Julie Wheeler (58) about her life as a musician, comedian and drag king as well as life in Provincetown, Massachusetts.
Steve Desroches (48) talks to Char Priolo (79) about being a member and co-founder of the pioneering all lesbian musical comedy revue The Fabulous Dyketones.
Sue talks about what is was like being a closeted lesbian teacher for 30 years from 1965-1995.
I interviewed Pamela Stewart, who is 51 years old and is also a member of the LGBTQ+ community. We discussed how her different lifestyle choices affected her life personally and professionally.
The activism happened inside the Astro Restaurant as well as outside. The waitresses were allies to the gay community.
My grandmother shares stories and perspective from her 94 years of life including losing two partners to polio, raising three children on her own and being gender non-conforming and gay in the 1940's and 50's
Susan Soric talks about her life and the path that led her to becoming a lesbian mother and minister.
Dayton-area lesbian Janice James gives a tour of former lesbian and gay bars on the near West side of Dayton.
Linda speaks on learning about herself as a Lesbian, relationships, how she was treated by different people in her life, and writing.
Kathleen Conneally (53) shares a conversation with her spouse, Whit Conneally (52), about when they first met, the importance of stepping into discomfort, and the personal shifts that are important to notice and claim.
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.
The struggles of being a gay woman and overcoming hateful experiences theough strength
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.