Wayne

Wayne

The founder of a gay AA group, who lives in the village in northern NB where he grew up, talks about realizing that being gay wasn’t considered acceptable by those around him, recovering from alcoholism, and his appreciation for the natural world. In part two of the interview, another gay man who is present has different views than Wayne about what it means to him to be gay, and, about acceptance by the non-gay community. [Note to the listener: some parts of this interview are unclear]
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Date of interview: 
[1994?]
Interviewee: 
Wayne
Interviewer: 
Michael Riordon
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Audio
Language: 
English
Place of interview: 
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Donor retains copyright / CC BY-NC 4.17
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None
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Spaces

Topic: Spaces

Content includes significant discussion of physical (and sometimes conceptual) spaces and locales including: urban spaces and life; rural spaces and life; private/domestic spaces; the home; neighbourhoods and ghettos; and semi-private or semi-public spaces such as women’s bookshops, community spaces, and land/living collectives.

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.

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.

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