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Sandy & Cory Out Our Way lesbian couples, lesbian parents, bisexual women, rural life, feminism, in the closet, teacher, homophobia, heterosexual marriage, rural communities, neighbours, social norms [early 1990s]
Dennis, Pete, & Chris Out Our Way gay male couples, Indigenous people, residential school survivors, military brats, rural life, Two Spirit [early 1990s]
Jim & Jack Out Our Way gay male couples, activists, activism, legal battles, spousal benefits, mysticism, social networks, farms, gay rights, gay liberation, gay community, city life, rural life, agriculture, communication, casual sex, aging, adolescence 1994
Charles Out Our Way sexual child abuse, survivors of sexual abuse, Indigenous people, First Nations, Two-Spirit, gay identity, choosing to be gay, choice, in the closet, help lines, casual sex, HIV/AIDS, gay men, overweight people [1994]
Chris & Arne Out Our Way gay male couples, HIV-positive people, support groups, nurses, physicians, blood tests, imperial court, AIDS education, men who have sex with men, youth suicide, HIV/AIDS, volunteering, post-secondary education, occupations, personal characteristics, artists, bars, relationships with mothers, family, acceptance, history, World War II, churches, religion, housing [1994]
Michelle, Michael, Saya, & Church Out Our Way mental health, HIV/AIDS, rural life, AIDS organizations, safer sex, healthcare, homophobia, discrimination, community building, funding, students, condoms, gay youth, bisexual men, bisexuality, older gay men, depression, self-acceptance, activism, activists [1994]
Jackie Crossland Jean Walton Simon Fraser University, moving, marriage, heterosexual marriage, immigration, pulp mill, lumber camps, mining, work, unions, work opportunities, education, leftists, communists, Communism, housework, full time work, wages, night classes, career advancement, Hudson’s Bay Company, female attraction, noticing women, community college, money struggles, bursaries, student loans, scholarship, Spanish community, theatre, playhouse, arts club, community, university theatre, theatre arts program, Vietnam War, immigrant women, draft, draft dodgers, hippies, American Theatre, British Theatre, Canadian Studies, British radical theatre, comedy, Arthur Miller, Canadian culture, west coast film industry, identity, Shelly Duval, Robert Altman, children, career, self-definition, emotional collapse, metal health, sense of self, divorce, death of husband, lesbian identity, coming out, beauty standards, feminism, lesbian feminists, tours, same-sex partner, Mudflats, carpenters, animal trainers, social life, social life on set 2011
Val BOLDfest 2018 coming out, families, relationship with parents, first love, activism, teachers, gay and lesbian teachers, suicide August 31, 2018
Janie BOLDfest 2018 heterosexual marriage, coming out, falling in love, friends, consciousness-raising group, open relationship, abuse, domestic abuse, academia, PhDs, criminology, Simon Fraser University, grandchildren August 31, 2018
Ty Ginter's Interview Bridging the Gap Laurel, Maryland, College Park, Washington, D.C., National Mall, Smithsonian, University of Maryland, National Trust for Historic Preservation, D.C. Dykaries, Beltsville, Pretty Boi Drag, D.C. Preservation League, A Queer Capital: A History of Gay Life in Washington, the Phase One, Rendezvous Restaurant and Bar, Club Madame, Facebook, butch, Target, Tumblr, Wicked the Musical, Fandoms, Katsucon, D.C. Weirdo Show, Town Danceboutique, the Bier Baron Tavern and DC Comedy Loft, Tyler T. Love, DC Kings, asexuality, A League of Her Own, XX+ Crostino October 21, 2018
Madeline Stoltz's Interview Bridging the Gap Nellie’s Sports Bar, XX+, Town, Bumble, Tindr, George Washington University, A League of Her Own, Frida Kahlo, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sonia Sotomayor, Janelle Monae, Allied in Pride, Association of Queer Women and Allies, bisexuality, Sexuality, Pansexuality, LGBTQ+, queer, Love Languages, Brett Kavanaugh hearings, #Believewomen, Future is Female, Nasty Woman, Pitchers, Chapstick Lesbians, butch, femme, Queer Eye, Antoni Porowski, Pride October 5, 2018
Nancy Tucker's Interview Bridging the Gap Washington, D.C., Mary Washington College, University of Mary Washington, Army Times Publishing Company, the Gay Women’s Alternative, Mattachine Society of Washington, gay civil rights, Gay Liberation Movement, the Gay Blade, the Washington Blade, Gay Liberation Front, Gay Recovery groups, Rainbow History Project, social life, lesbians, Older Wiser Lesbians, the Furies Collective, lesbian separatism, feminism, the Village Voice, Christopher Street Liberation Day March, Fashion Institute of Technology, Jo-Anna’s, Gay Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, Meetup groups, marriage, relationships, family, Homosexuality in the workplace, addiction, alcoholism, Frank Kameny, Eva Freund, The Eagle, Johnny’s November 12, 2018

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Weirdo Show dance dances danger to children dating DC Kings death death of husband depression desanctioning violence digital digital archive discrimination discrimination within queer communities divorce domestic abuse domestic violence draft draft dodgers drag drug and alcohol use drugs dyke dyke as a term Dyke March dysfunctional families East Vancouver edmonton education Eleanor Roosevelt elected officials emotional collapse environment environmentalism equestrian escalation as self-protection estrangement Eva Freund events exclusion Facebook falling in love families family family relationships family response family structure family support Fandoms farming farms Fashion Institute of Technology fathers of gay men female attraction feminism feminist singing group feminist witchcraft femme first kiss first love First Nations folk music Forbidden Love fostering Frank Kameny Fraser Valley Frida Kahlo friends friendship full time work funding Future is Female gambling gaming gay gay AA 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performance Performing Animal Welfare Society personal characteristics PhDs philosophy of life Phoenix phoneline photography physical assault physical illness from oppression physicians Physique Pine Free Health Clinic Pitchers playhouse poetry police police raids police violence political career political career political movements politics polyamory post-secondary education poverty power powerlifting pregnancy Press Gang Pretty Boi Drag Pride priests prison private space prostitution psychiatry publications public opinion public space pulp mill punk puppetry Quaker queer queer as a term Queer Eye questioning racism racism racquetball radical feminism radio Rainbow History Project rape recovery Red Power relationships relationships with fathers relationships with men relationships with mothers relationship to children relationship to parents relationship to siblings relationship with parents religion Rendezvous Restaurant and Bar residential school residential school survivors 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Love UBC unions United Church University of Maryland University of Mary Washington university theatre unpaid labor urban life urban space Valentine's Day Vancouver Vancouver Rape Relief Vancouver Women's Health Collective Vanport Bar verbal assault Victoria Vietnam War violence violence against women visible diversity volleyball volunteering wages Washington Waxing Moon Healing Fair weddings west coast film industry Wicca Wicked the Musical Winnipeg witches woman Woman's Center women's bars women's community women's dances women's health women's land Women's Liberation Book Mobile women's movement women's music festivals women's rights women-only spaces women in agriculture women in farming Women in Words women musicians women’s dances work work environment working with men work opportunities work parties workplace discrimination workshops World War II writing WWII XX+ XX+ Crostino youth youth suicide