Michael

Michelle, Michael, Saya, & Church

The interviewees volunteer with an AIDS organization in a small town: an unidentified HIV-positive gay man speaks to college students about HIV/AIDS; an out lesbian from a city describes her community-building activities in the local gay and lesbian community; an HIV-positive gay man talks about taking care of his health and contributing to his community; and, a leader of the AIDS organization describes its clients, services, and funding issues.
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Date of interview: 
[1994]
Interviewee: 
Michelle
Michael
Saya
Church
unnamed interviewee
Interviewer: 
Michael Riordon
Format: 
Audio
Language: 
English
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Rights: 
Donor retains copyright / CC BY-NC 4.21
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None
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Community

Topic: Community

Content includes significant discussion of: finding and/or being part of a community; community organizing or organizations; community building; or the relationships between communities.

Mind and Body

Topic: Mind and Body

Content includes, but is not limited to, significant discussion of matters related to: health and wellness; the physical body; mental health and illness; substance abuse and addiction; and psychiatry and therapy.

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Michael & Ken

A gay man who is raising his son talks about the development of his own sexual identity, parenting, and living in a small community (where he works in mining); his male partner’s voice is mostly inaudible.
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Date of interview: 
[1994]
Interviewee: 
Michael
Ken
Interviewer: 
Michael Riordon
Format: 
Audio
Language: 
English
Rights: 
Donor retains copyright / CC BY-NC 4.23
Restrictions: 
None
Dates mentioned: 
Topics: 

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.

Identity

Topic: Identity

Content includes significant discussion of identity/ies (including gender, sexual, racial, religious, and class) and how one self-identifies, and/or significant discussion of the process of finding or determining one’s identity/ies.

Family

Topic: Family

Content includes significant discussion of matters related to family, including: one’s relationships with their family members; having and raising children; the experience of having a non-heteronormative/non-traditional family.

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