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Diane, Leslie, Holly, Peter, and Dan Out Our Way identity politics, coming out, rural life, lesbian identity, gay identity, Internet, relationships, dating, lesbian community, discrimination, first kiss, bars, bashing, family, urban life, self-acceptance, lesbian-gay relations, bookshops, HIV/AIDS ca. 1990
W. Out Our Way feminism, coming out, prison, career, family, identity, relationships, lesbian community, lesbian-gay relations, discrimination, first love, rural life, urban life ca. 1990
Allan Out Our Way drag, harassment, Indigenous peoples, discrimination, law, political career, homophobia, legal battles, bars, friendship, self-acceptance, Two-Spirit, politics, coming out, family, adolescence ca. 1990
Lyn, Kim, and Jamie Out Our Way rural life, self-policing, identity, family, relationships, coming out, career, discrimination, mental illness, artificial insemination, fostering, adoption, community organizations, community events, lesbian-gay relations, urban life, feminism, homophobia, activism, bisexuality ca. 1990
Steven Out Our Way relationship to parents, Catholicism, self-policing, religion, family, coming out, bars, urban life, therapy, discrimination, communal living, travel, community, rural life, gay identity, relationships 1994
Patrick, Matt, Roger, Nancy, and David Out Our Way rural life, depression, identity, coming out, travel, dating, bars, relationships, adolescence, activism, same-sex spousal benefits, lesbian-gay relations, discrimination, violence, community 1994
Ken Out Our Way military, heterosexual marriage, divorce, late bloomer, religion, spirituality, discrimination, identity, friendship, gay community, sex, relationships, dating, monogamy, rural life, home ca. 1990
Tom and Don Out Our Way coming out, rural life, identity, agriculture, bars, family, relationship to parents, relationship to siblings, relationships, HIV/AIDS, home, discrimination, religion, acceptance, legal rights, monogamy ca. 1990
Anna - From Edmonton to Vancouver Bridging the Gap Vancouver, edmonton, dyke, queer, religion, East Vancouver, verbal assault, family structure, Christianity, coming out, family support, gay woman, questioning, gender identity, lesbian as a term, dyke as a term, generational differences, gaming, sports, gender discrimination May 10, 2017
Gerry and Bruce Out Our Way adolescence, rural life, parties, childhood, relationship to parents, relationship to siblings, cruising, HIV/AIDS, career, coming out, relationships 1994
Jeff Out Our Way adolescence, harassment, rural life, relationships, coming out, family, parties, dances, education, self-policing, friendship, religion ca. 1994
Sandy Katie Gilmartin family, folk music, women musicians, career, relationships, Civil Rights movement, women's movement, bars, bar culture, gender roles, religion, relationship to parents, identity, closeted, radio 1993
Jay and Joan Katie Gilmartin lesbian identity, discrimination, late bloomer, childhood, family, identity terms, relationships, bars, lesbian community, NOW, activism, clothing, relationship to parents, identity ca. 1992
Addie Katie Gilmartin military, discrimination, relationships, rural life, home, family, religion, gender roles, tomboy, relationship to parents, agriculture, identity, coming out, asexuality, bars, bar culture, sports, butch/femme, Amendment 2, friendship 1992
Bess Katie Gilmartin childhood, relationship to parents, community events, relationships, identity, self-acceptance, clothing, crushes, bars, parties, lesbian community, tomboy, post-secondary education, coming out, identity terms 1992
Cassie Katie Gilmartin discrimination, lesbian identity, relationships, clothing, tomboy, lesbian-gay relations, sports, bars, community events, crushes, Amendment 2, lesbian community, coming out, friendship 1991-1992
Charlotte Katie Gilmartin family, activism, Amendment 2, community, late bloomer, tomboy, lesbian community, identity terms, social movements, adolescence, friendship, belonging, gender roles 1993
Freeman Out Our Way photography, arts, career, gay identity, relationship to parents, rural life, coming out, late bloomer, death, self-acceptance, sex, relationships, community ca. 1990
Sheila Out Our Way career, religion, relationships, rural life, relationship to parents, coming out, activism, community, sports, self-policing, bisexuality, same-sex parenting, parenthood, workplace discrimination, New Brunswick Human Rights Code ca. 1990
Kathleen, Pamela, Tim, Roger & Renee Out Our Way post-secondary education, rural life, crushes, coming out, relationships, closeted, homophobia, relationship to parents, monogamy, lesbian identity, gay identity, discrimination ca. 1990
David Out Our Way childhood, relationship to parents, coming out, self-acceptance, self-discovery, Catholicism, relationships, gay identity, family, philosophy of life, religion ca. 1990
Brigitte Bridging the Gap Vancouver, canada, queer, online dating, role models, Surrey, Savage Love, Melissa Etheridge, late bloomer June 20, 2017
Monica and Valerie The Lesbian Show bookstores, gay community, Gay Games, lesbian community, radio, volleyball, women musicians August, 1990
Mark and Bob The Lesbian Show sports, sports teams, gay and lesbian community, Gay Games 1990
International Women's Day The Lesbian Show abortion, activism, folk music, healing, International Women’s Day, musicians, Waxing Moon Healing Fair, women’s dances March 08, 1989

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