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Jenna Stuart QMUNITY's Stories of Older Queers Vancouver, 1990s, 2000s, childhood, parenthood, single parenthood, supportive partner, support network, escalation as self-protection, Gender Clinic, community, bullying, marriage, transitioning, identity, coming out December 5, 2009
Vera Traff QMUNITY's Stories of Older Queers arts, bars, bar culture, sports, discrimination, substance abuse, bisexuality, bullying, relationships, education, HIV/AIDS October 10, 2009
Judith Radovan QMUNITY's Stories of Older Queers poverty, lesbian community, relationships, immigration, coming out, politics, activism, Communism, agriculture, identity, parenthood, prison, midwifery, education, illness January 20, 2011
Ellen Woodsworth QMUNITY's Stories of Older Queers activism, social justice, feminism, community, legal rights, politics, HIV/AIDS, acceptance, healthcare, relationships, religion, education November 23, 2010
Libby Davies QMUNITY's Stories of Older Queers activism, social justice, political career, discrimination, immigration, community, marriage, family, coming out, NDP, elected officials December 22, 2010
Shirley Buchan QMUNITY's Stories of Older Queers religion, family, relationships, heterosexual marriage, Quaker, mental illness, psychiatry, lesbian community, singing, abuse, coming out, farms, agriculture, Back to the Land, teaching October 18, 2010
Mary Brooks QMUNITY's Stories of Older Queers coming out, activism, bars, bar culture, immigration, lesbian community, labour rights, Gay Games, Lotus Club, generational differences, travel, HIV/AIDS October 26, 2009
Chris and Bridget QMUNITY's Stories of Older Queers missionary work, Catholicism, nun, social justice, activism, relationships, teaching, travel, community, discrimination, family, closeted, silence as self-protection, legal rights, immigration January 24, 2010
Jesse MacGregor QMUNITY's Stories of Older Queers 1970s, 1990s, 2000s, butch, butch role models, gender identity, social justice, homesteading, transphobia, workplace discrimination, job loss, discrimination within queer communities, Kamloops, Vancouver, HIV/AIDS, physical assault, family support, parenthood, feminism, activism, identity, discrimination, childrearing, homophobia, community, travel, transitioning October 24, 2009
Dykes/Nelson BC Chapter 1 Bridging the Gap home, safety December 25, 2016
Madlyn, Nelson BC Bridging the Gap Lesbian, feminism, Activist, nelson, Woman's Center, CBC, Massachusetts, California, Montreal, Alberta, teaching, nonviolence training, Nonviolence Peace Force, anti-war activism, activism, Quaker, legality of homosexuality, rape, allyship, singing, feminist singing group, solidarity with lesbians, social justice, lesbian separatism, physical illness from oppression, desanctioning violence, women-only spaces, danger to children, visible diversity Winter 2016
Don Out Our Way gay men, teaching, coming out, unions, gay liberation, heartache, relationships ca. 1990
Jason, Richard, Allie, Andrew Out Our Way GLAS, community organizations, phoneline, harassment, post-secondary education, gay men, bisexuality, labels, family, coming out ca. 1990
Michael Out Our Way GLAS, teaching, phoneline, community organizations, music, self-acceptance, gay men, volunteering, HIV/AIDS ca. 1990
Dave and Jim Out Our Way bars, bar culture, nightclubs, religion, priests, public opinion, relationship to parents, child abuse ca. 1990
Ann, Beth, and Susan Out Our Way teaching, lesbian community, community organizations, age, homophobia, discrimination, workplace discrimination, Newfoundland Amazon Network (NAN) 1994
Jim Out Our Way gay men, writing, the Gaezette, drug and alcohol use, legality of homosexuality, lumber industry, homophobia, discrimination, publications, rural life ca. 1990
Catherine, Allen, Carolyn, Will, Edie, and Jane Out Our Way activism, arts, bisexuality, agriculture, rural life, lesbian community, discrimination, homophobia, coming out 1994 or 1995
John Out Our Way men's friendships, friendship, relationships, homophobia, relationships with men ca. 1990
Bernadette, Scarlet, and Jo Out Our Way identity, coming out, lesbian identity, relationships, activism, agriculture, feminism, relationship to parents, urban life, rural life, politics, immigration ca. 1990
June and Judy Out Our Way adolescence, discrimination, homophobia, urban space, activism, community organizations, environmentalism, social justice ca. 1990
D Out Our Way gay men, self-policing, self-acceptance, rural life, coming out, identity, bookshops, religion, bars, activism, clubs ca. 1990
Willard, Janice, and Danny Out Our Way lesbian community, gay community, Pride, gay rights, HIV/AIDS, coming out, relationships, community organizations, homophobia, discrimination ca. 1990
Leith Out Our Way adolescence, coming out, self-acceptance, identity, relationship to parents, discrimination, BDSM, leather community, spirituality, religion, suicide, rural life, Internet, workplace discrimination 1994
Bradley Out Our Way coming out, discrimination, homophobia, bars, bar culture, rural life, self-policing, urban life, gay community, HIV/AIDS 1994

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