Jim

Jim & Jack

Jim Egan-- whose early letters to the editor (“it was always a demand for equality rights for the gay community”) and later legal battle against the federal government for the spousal allowance earned him the label ‘gay activist'-- and his partner of over forty years [at time of interview], Jack Nesbit, talk about the activism, farming, earning a living, houses they built, a men’s group they run in the small city in which they live, and relationship issues.
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Date of interview: 
1994
Interviewee: 
Jim
Jack
Interviewer: 
Michael Riordon
Format: 
Audio
Language: 
English
Rights: 
Donor retains copyright / CC BY-NC 4.19
Restrictions: 
None
Topics: 

Work

Topic: Work

Content includes significant discussion of all types of labour and work, including: careers; unpaid or volunteer labour; emotional labour; sex work; activist or community work; and domestic/household work.

Sex and Relationships

Topic: Sex and Relationships

Content includes significant discussion of all matters related to sex, sexuality, and relationships (other than familial relationships with parents or children), including: friendships; marriage; divorce; relationship models, etc.

Activism and Social Justice

Topic: Activism and Social Justice

Content includes discussion of matters related to activism and social justice, including but not limited to: political and social movements; activist work; community organizing; and protests and demonstrations.

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