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Every story raises the visibility of LGBTQ experiences in Western PA. 

AMPLIFY is a storytelling project, a community art project and a historical archive project sharing the lived experiences of LGBTQ neighbors in Western Pennsylvania from 2015-2020. Contributors use an online form to answer questions about their lives and those contributions are published as individual blog posts without being edited, modified or altered.* These are the true stories of our neighbors in their own words.

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AMPLIFY

The concept is straightforward. Use the Q&A format to amplify the lived experiences of individuals whose lives are not often highlighted in traditional media.

Read the published Q&A’s here

(More are coming every week.)

Goals

  • To explore the realities of our LGBTQ neighbors in their own words so as to better understand how their identities impact their day to day lives.
  • To identify barriers they face in day to day life, including discrimination and bias.
  • To identify how they contribute to a thriving region, including what unique strengths they bring to the table.
  • To connect with all 26 counties in Western Pennsylvania and identify resources, services and supports that may not be widely known, again in the voices and realities of the LGBTQ folks living there.

How to participate

  • You can complete the survey here  Note – the online Q&A uses a google form so you cannot save your answers (without a lengthy convoluted hack explanation.) Be sure to leave the tab open until you are finished.
  • I will send you a printed version of the Q&A if you would prefer to fill it out by hand. Contact me at pghlesbian at gmail.
  • I am speaking to groups and hoping to attend events throughout the 26 counties. Please contact me if you would like a speaker or more information to share with your members. This can include PFLAG, GSA meetings, book clubs, bowling groups, etc.

To learn more about my professional qualifications, please visit my LinkedIn profile.


Read the published Q&A’s here

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Below is a reverse chronological list of the AMPLIFY Q&A’s

  1. bee Revisits 60+ Years of Her Feminist Lesbian Experiences in Pittsburgh 
  2. Maria, 37, is a Queer Trans Latinx Challenging Us To Be Better Trans Allies 
  3. Madelyne, 19, Shares Her Story as a Lesbian Growing Up in Johnstown
  4. Sarah, 38, Talks Transitioning in Her Rural Pennsylvania Community 
  5. Helen, 32, is a Lesbian, Immigrant, Irish Comedian Living in Pittsburgh 
  6. Jason, 38, Talks About Workplace Discrimination as a White Gay Man 
  7. Bill, 62, is a Gay Man Being Visible in Mercer County 
  8. Joslyn, 22, is a Trans Female Concerned About LGBTQ Mental Health Supports 
  9. Maxwell, 22, is a Queer Trans Man from McKean County 
  10. Rene, 48, is a Lesbian from Mercer County who wants to belong 
  11. Ehrrin, 45, identifies as a white cis fat queer femme dyke in Pittsburgh 
  12. Maria Talks Lesbian Life in the North Hills of Pittsburgh 
  13. Suzanne, 39, never felt that honoring her orientation was even an option 
  14. Leo, 24, Fears the Erasure of Nonbinary/Bisexual/Pansexual/Asexual/Demi Narratives in the Queer Community 
  15. Ashley, 18, is a Bisexual/Queer Woman Attending College in Allegheny County 
  16. Ian, 27, is a Gay Trans Man Resisting Gender Expectations
  17. Jenna,19, is Proud of Her Lesbian Identity 
  18. Stephen, 36, is a Gay Male Gaymer in Armstrong County 
  19. Meg, 34, Wants to Make an Impact With Grace 
  20. Carla, 39, Identifies as a Bisexual, Non-Binary Scientist and Educator 
  21. Allie, 51, Talks Living as a Trans Woman in Washington County
  22. Eric, 35, is a Gay Man Who Has Learned to Live With Microaggressions
  23. Hutch, 57, Marched With Harvey Milk and Knows We Have Miles To Go 
  24. Jay, 27, Discusses Challenges of Being a Straight Trans Man 
  25. Louie, 50, Identifies as Queer, Pansexual, & Kinky 
  26. Kat, 33, Shares Her Story as a Trans Woman to Find Some Peace 
  27. Paul, 61, Marched in Pittsburgh’s First Gay Pride March in 1973 
  28. Brian, 32, is Trans, Nonbinary, and Queer in Westmoreland County 
  29. Madi Scull, 20, Identifies as a Nonbinary, Asexual Lesbian 
  30. Lange, 41, is a Queer Single-Parent in Pittsburgh 
  31. Hansen, 20, is an Unapologetic Queer Filmmaker 
  32. Kyle, 22, is a Bisexual, Vegetarian from Crawford County
  33. Jess, 22, is a Poly, Bisexual Woman in Pittsburgh
  34. Madison, 40, is a Pansexual, Trans Woman Who Loves Pittsburgh
  35. Rae, 48, is a Pansexual Trans Woman Living in Allegheny County
  36. Mahogany LaPiranHa, 38, is a 6‘4“ androgynous African-American badass 
  37. Rain, 42, is a Gay Woman in Pittsburgh
  38. He’s a cisgender polyamorous bisexual guy, but nobody asks
  39. Joseph, 28, is a HIV+ queer and gay man in Pittsburgh
  40. Winter, 18, Identifies as a Genderquestioning Bisexual Person
  41. Dezmanian, 28, is a Black Man Who Happens to be Gay 
  42. Dakota, 27, Wants You to Support Queer Activists & Queer Art 
  43. Lissa, 28, Identifies as Genderfluid, Grey Ace, and Poly
  44. Kool Kase, 32, is a Black Lesbian at Peace With Herself
  45. Sam, 28, is a Genderqueer Artist in Pittsburgh 
  46. Jennifer is 40, Bisexual, and a Fan of Sara Lance 
  47. Reece, 31, Grew up in Southern Virginia, but Found LGBTQ Connections in Pittsburgh
  48. Tara, 24, is a Femme, Queer Human 
  49. Michael, 50, is a Gay Man Who Lives Without Shame 
  50. Dan, 36, is a Bisexual Man in Pittsburgh Who Wants to Build a Better World 
  51. Ben, 30, Wants All Gay White Men to Learn To Take a Step Back 
  52. Rachel, 24, Asks Where Are Our Out, Queer Women Role Models in Pittsburgh? 
  53. Laura, 42, is a Bisexual Mom in Pittsburgh 
  54. Brad, 33, is a Gay, Black Man Who Does Charity Work as a Sister of Perpetual Indulgence 
  55. Tracey, 58, is a Queer Mother Parenting Nonbinary Children 
  56. Bebe Beretta, 27, is Nonbinary, Genderfluid, and Wants More LGBTQ Folks to Connect
  57. Dave, 33, Identifies as a Queer, recovering Gay White Man 
  58. Helen, 51, Came Out as Bisexual in the Army National Guard
  59. Meg, 28, is Nonbinary, Genderqueer, Polyamorous, and Pansexual
  60. Keith, 48, is a Gay, White Man Using Marriage Equality for Teachable Moments in North Carolina 
  61. Hilary, 44, Works Hard to Boost Pansexual Identity in Erie County
  62. Lisa, 47, is a Bi Woman Trying to Find Community in Pittsburgh
  63. Amy, 46, is Bi in Pittsburgh, But Not Really Out
  64. Alexia, 40, is Bisexual, Transgender, and Loves Pittsburgh
  65. Jez, 50, Came Out As Trans in 1985 in Rural Washington County
  66. Morgan, 31, is a Black, Bisexual, Queer, Polyamorous Woman & Mother
  67. Kelsey, 22, Talks Lesbian Life in Elk County 
  68. Tristan, 28, is Gay, Mexican-American, a Comedian and Writer and Drag Queen 
  69. Pastor Reed, 48, Puts a Face and Name to Being a Gay Christian
  70. Carmen is 42, Bisexual, and Resonates With Genderfluid Identity
  71. Jamaica, 41, is Bisexual and Wants the Pgh Queer Community to Have a Voice
  72. Luna, 25, is a Poly, Gender fluid, Queer Performance Artist 
  73. Bobbi Jo, 63, is a Transgender Lesbian in Indiana County
  74. Roxxie Thunder, 27, is a Glittery Pansexual Femme from Beaver County 
  75. Maya, 20, Identifies as a Black Queer Fat Femme Woman 
  76. Mindy, 42, Lives Semi-Open as Trans in Rural Elk County
  77. Katie, 25, Identifies as Puerto Rican, White, Cis-Female and Lesbian
  78. Dylan, 28, is a Queer, Autistic Transgender Man
  79. Angie, 32: Out, Loud, and Proud Black Pansexual Mom
  80. Krista, 28, Lives in Washington, PA as a Pansexual Woman
  81. August, 46, Feels Separate as a Black Gay Man 
  82. Tanha, 36, is a Queer, Bisexual Woman in Erie 
  83. Joel, 35, is Gay, a Trans Guy, Polyamorous, Christian, Parent, & Husband 
  84. Chrissy, 40, Wants LGBTQ Folks to Educate One Another With a Sense of Humor 
  85. Lora, 33, Talks About Coming Out, Family Support, & LGBTQ Narratives
  86. Selene, 60, is genderfluid, pansexual, femme-presenting, neuroqueer and more
  87. Scott, 53, is a Gay Man Exploring Transition & Identity Anew 
  88. Marcia, 58, is Cisgender, Lesbian & Slightly Gender Nonconforming
  89. Seth, 21, Came Out as Bi and Trans Via Power Point 
  90. Krissy, 34, Talks About Step Parenting as a Bisexual Woman 
  91. Rev Leonard, 37, is a Black same-gender loving freedom fighter – #200
  92. Wendi, 31, Describes Being a Trans Ally in Her Workplace
  93. Chica Discusses Her Bisexuality to Show Solidarity 
  94. Brandon, 23, Identifies as a Pansexual Genderqueer Male
  95. Angela is a Queer Mother & Intersectional Feminist
  96. Tyler, 18, is a Pansexual Trans Man in Erie
  97. Chris, 40, is an Aspie Queer Girl With Some Kinks
  98. Bi and Demi, Kristen Wants You to Get Uncomfortable With Your Privilege 
  99. Caiolin, 56, is Just Another Woman Who Happens To Be Trans
  100. Regina, 33, Finds Comfort in Lesbian Ambiguity
  101. Megan, 22, is a Bisexual Woman Using Her Voice To Grow Her Community
  102. Ally, 20, Describes Her Fluid Sexual Orientation 
  103. Maddy, 23, is Queer and Gender Nonconforming in Allegheny County 
  104. Jason, 42, aka Miss Thea Trix Spreads a Positive Vibe in the Mon Valley
  105. Jesse, 28, Helps To Build New LGBTQ Community Supports in Mercer County 
  106. Sean, 29, Wants to Change the LGBT Climate in Western Pennsylvania 
  107. Emily, 40, Talks About LGBTQ Visibility, Intersectionality & Resiliency 
  108. James, 54, Is a Gay Pittsburgh Dad Living in Texas
  109. Kyle Discusses Privilege & Perception of Gay, White, Cisgender Men
  110. Shari, 57, Wants More Inclusivity & Power for QTPOC
  111. Leo, 42, is a Bi Man in Erie County Who Wants to be Heard
  112. Laura, 44, is a Lesbian Mom in Fayette County 
  113. Dawn, 33, Describes Life as a Trans Woman in Westmoreland County 
  114. Emma, 28, Keeps Her Queer Eyes Open in Pittsburgh
  115. Ravenna, 37, Pansexual Trans Woman Living in the Allegheny County Suburbs 
  116. Vanessa, 31, Describes Her Transition & Life as Pansexual in Washington County
  117. Tara, 29, Describes Life in the Shenango Valley as a Bisexual Woman  ** #175
  118. Lav, 29, a Queer Trans Gender Non Binary Mermaid Witch Warrior 
  119. Vi, 24, Is Very Concerned About Trans Health Issues in Pittsburgh 
  120. Mitch, 27, Describes Life in Butler County as a Gay Man
  121. Kierra Darshell is Pittsburgh’s First Lady of Drag
  122. Alexa, 22, Talks About Acceptance as a Bisexual Woman
  123. Ira, 30, Identifies as Pansexual, Genderqueer and Possibly Agender 
  124. Lavi, 29, is Trans Queer Bi and Wants Your Respect & Support
  125. Ciora, 27, Says Trans People Have the Strength of Two Souls
  126. Anonymous, 30, Wants More Visibility for the Pansexual Community 
  127. Janet, 66, is Bisexual, Cisgender and Gender Nonconforming
  128. Dominic, 18, Is a Bisexual Man Finding His Comfort Zone in College 
  129. Dean Sees Queer Struggles as Stories of Strength
  130. Brian, 29, Wants the LGBTQ Community to Address Social Isolation
  131. Morgan, 21, Hasn’t Met Other Openly Gay Suburban Couples 
  132. Hayley, 46, Wants To Keep That Pride Feeling Year Round #160
  133. Brian, 35, ‘It’s okay to be who you want’ 
  134. Jim, 63, Reminds Us That Environmental Issues Are Queer Issues
  135. Kitteh, 27, ‘The Door Is Open But I’m Still Sitting on the Floor of the Closet’
  136. Samantha, 44, Wants Better Health Choices for the Trans Community
  137. ‘Your Story Can Heal’ Says Rain, 26
  138. Jill, 48, Has Ties to Allegheny, Washington and Westmoreland Counties
  139. Caitlyn 51, Lives Her Authentic Self as a Trans Woman in Erie 
  140. Melissa, 23, is Androgymous and Queer in Butler County
  141. Delilah, 31, Finds Trans Community on Twitter
  142. Jamie, 52, Celebrates the Queer Tribe Rising
  143. Jessica, 28, is Resisting Bisexual Erasure in Pittsburgh
  144. Benjamin, 35, is a Cis Gay Man Who Came Out Four Times
  145. Chi Chi, 47, Lives Her Version of Latina, Queer and Spiritual
  146. Jay, 33, Says Stories Are Part of Queer Liberation
  147. Cheryl, 42, Wants Us To See Everyone in the LGBTQ Community
  148. Dave on Coming Out and Being Out in Cambria County
  149. Avery is a Bisexual, Latino Tran Man in Cambria County
  150. Eileen, 52, Reflects on the Awakening of Her LGBTQ Community  (142)
  151. Rach, 36, Loves a Girl in Armstrong County
  152. Kim, 40, Mother, Pansexual and Mexican-American in Washington County
  153. Kay, 27: Not Ashamed of the Reality of Me
  154. Heidi, 28, Learned That It’s Okay To Be A LGBT Christian
  155. Mel, 40: Bi, Queer and Pan Folk Don’t Always Speak in a Gay or Lesbian Voice
  156. Mitch, 52, Believes in The Power of Movies to Create Community
  157. alexis, 29, talks compensation & community for marginalized lgbtq neighbors 
  158. Camellia, 30, is a Lesbian, Soon-to-be Wife, and Momma 
  159. Staci, 52, Wants More Representation for the Bi Community
  160. Rachel, 30, Is In The Process of Coming Out as Bisexual
  161. Bill, 52, is a Gay Man Living in a Small Town in Cambria County
  162. Patricia, 41, Does Not Feel Safe as a Trans Woman in Her Urban Pgh Suburb
  163. Mariah, 38, Wants More Support for Westmoreland LGBTQ Neighbors 
  164. Norman, 67, is a Gay Black Male of African Descent
  165. Wes, 44: Queer Trans Man, Parent Wants You To Know That He Exists
  166. Lisa Believes Being Out and Honest is ‘Like Flying’
  167. Sueno, 33, Adds Her Particular Color of the Rainbow to the #AMPLIFY Narrative
  168. Maggio, 28, is Unapologetically a Bi-sexual Queer Feminist Scholar
  169. Ben, 29, is Proud to be a Queer Pittsburgher
  170. Martha, 52, is a Gay Woman Spending Her Whole Life Coming Out
  171. Naheen, 29, is a Gay Black Male Who Feels Confident in Himself 
  172. Mia Donna Has a Wild Happy Life as a Pansexual Polyamorous Person
  173. RevDrRay, 49, Believes LGBTQ Folks Deserve Strong & Powerful ‘Spiritual’ Life
  174. Sara, 28, Single Mom, Agnostic Jew, and Queer in Ohio
  175. Shain is 32, grew up in Mercer County and now lives in NYC
  176. Bobby, 50, Queer Trans Guy, White Anti-Racism Activist
  177. Diane, 56, Is Asexual With Lesbian Leanings and a Writer
  178. Pixie, 26, is Androgynous, Non-binary, Genderqueer and Lesbian, But Identifies as Pixie
  179. Tylor, 30, is a Pansexual Trans Man Who Wants Better for Young People
  180. Nayck, 50, Identifies as a Black, Gay, Domini-rican in Pittsburgh
  181. Jill, 49, Wants Young LGBTQ People To Have a Safe Place to Go In Cambria County
  182. As a Gay Man, Ryan Wants More Scrutiny of Bath Houses and Non-Profits
  183. Dani Janae, 23, Identifies as a Black Femme Lesbian Poet & Trauma Survivor
  184. Jay, 54, Considers His Gay Identity Both Now and The
  185. Ama, 30, is a Girl Who Likes Girls and Who Likes Guys
  186. Austin, 30, is a Straight Trans Man from Washington County
  187. For Jodi’s Kids, Having Two Mothers Is Just a Fact of Life
  188. Char, 62, is a “Very Late Bloomer” Lesbian in Cambria County
  189. Minion Wants to Talk About What It Means to Be a Queer Black Futch Leathergirl
  190. Kim, 44, Say She Lost Her Job in Beaver County Because She’s a Lesbian
  191. Alissa, 34, is Just Another Girl in the Crowd in Lawrence County
  192. Carina, 18, Identifies as Plus Sized Monogamous Queer and Femme 
  193. John, 38, is a Johnstown Based LGBTQ Activist **#100
  194. Corvus Regrets the Lack of a Sober, Queer, Radical and Disability Friendly Community in Pgh
  195. KK Compares Small Town Michigan to Pittsburgh
  196. De, 49, is Concerned About LGBTQ Youth in Rural Western PA
  197. Joe Was Dragged Out of the Closet As A Young Man
  198. KD is a Gay Woman Who Chooses to be On the Periphery
  199. Sabrina, 50, Found New Friends When She Came Out as Trans
  200. Lela Wants Bisexual Voices To Be Heard
  201. Kevin, 38, Talks About Jack Kerouac, Senior Housing and Gay Crushes 
  202. Jus Hadiya Wants to Spread Education 
  203. Viva Valezz is a Queer Burlesque Performer Parenting a Gender Fluid Child
  204. Alyssa is First Generation Cuban American, Trans, Gender Nonconforming and from Beaver County
  205. Heather Refuses to Marginalize Herself as a Bisexual Woman
  206. As a Lesbian, Shelly Values Her Ties to Rural Indiana County
  207. Elliot is Bi, Trans and Wishes Westmoreland County Was Talking More About Queer Youth
  208. Gloria a Happy Black Lesbian
  209. Moira Describes the Toll of Gatekeeping on the Trans Community
  210. Sara, 35, On Her Reality as a Lesbian in Western Pennsylvania 
  211. Mark, 29, Talks About Gay Stereotypes in Pittsburgh
  212. Ade is Pansexual, Androgynous and Finds Comfort in Their UU Community
  213. Dinah Denmark: Lesbian, Jewish, Buddhist
  214. Jazmine, 46, Has Advice for LGB Allies to the Trans Community
  215. Niki Talks About Living as a Gender Queer Trans Woman in Pittsburgh
  216. Cavanaugh, 25, Talks About Genderflux Identify and the Value of Self-Care
  217. Jean Came Out as Bisexual After Retirement
  218. Kathi Wants To Connect with LGBTQ Elders in Rural Communities
  219. Casey, 38, Honors One Year Since Coming Out As a Gay Woman
  220. Roman Knows to the Depths of His Soul That He Is a Man #AMPLIFY
  221. Erin Answered These Questions to Challenge Bisexual Erasure
  222. Mair, 55, Came Out the Same Week As Ellen DeGeneres #AMPLIFY
  223. Derek On Life As a Gay Man With Asperger’s Syndrome #AMPLIFY
  224. Kaley is Trans, Queer and a Fan of Gender Outlaws
  225. Shaquanna Wants Families to Have Positive Conversations With LGBTQ Relatives
  226. Raven Has Not Told Anyone That She’s Pansexual Because She’s Afraid
  227. Walter Wants Western PA to Be More Vibrant, Tolerant and Diverse
  228. Janie From Brackenridge: Being Trans Limits Many Things
  229. Cat is Queer, Genderflued and Fully Out #AMPLIFY
  230. Jeff Hopes the LGBTQ Community Will Embrace a Common Queer Identity
  231. Jesse Talks About Living as a Trans Woman in a Culture of Fear
  232. Jess is a Lesbian Mother Who Wants More Family Friendly Resources
  233. Saintly Sinner is a Cisgender Lesbi Not So Flexible Black Biological Womyn
  234. Diane Discusses Being Belligerently Out in Pittsburgh
  235. Jaime From The ReelQ Film Festival Says Yep I’m Gay
  236. Scott Describes Life as a Gay Bear in Rural Armstrong County
  237. Claudette is a Non-Binary Queer Who Wants Us To See Beyond the L and the G #AMPLIFY
  238. Taylor Wants More LGBTQ Resources and Community Unity
  239. Alexandria is a Lesbian Artist Trying To Get Her Bearings
  240. Anonymous Grieves How Pittsburgh’s Gay and Lesbian Community Treats Bisexuals
  241. Erik Is a Cis White Working-Class Queer from Clearfield County
  242. Maria Wants You To Know a Family Like Hers #AMPLIFY
  243. Lyndsey Identifies as a Queer Genderfluid Lipstuck Butch
  244. Alex is a Black Trans Man Who Doesn’t Apologize For His Existence
  245. Mario Identifies As Queer Rustbelt Genderfluid Artist #AMPLIFY
  246. PJ Identifies as a Cis White Gay Man With a Twist of Genderqueer</a
  247. Ashe Believes To Be Queer Is To Be Yourself #AMPLIFY
  248. DJ Scott Is a Gay Black Man Full of Positive Vibes #AMPLIFY
  249. Kitty Is Out and Open as a Bisexual Trans Woman in Erie County #AMPLIFY
  250. Shawna on Her Unique Experience as a Lesbian in Indiana County #AMPLIFY
  251. Miss Erie Pride 2015: Embrace Who We Are Meant To Be #AMPLIFY
  252. Daniel Wants to See More Diverse Employers in Western Pennsylvania
  253. Alex Describes Erie’s LGBTQ Community as Live and Let Live
  254. David Talks About the State of Equality in Erie
  255. For Kristina, Being Out is Her Normal
  256. Bee Asks Where Single Parents Fit Into the LGBTQ Community
  257. Jessi is a Trans Lesbian Who Asks Questions
  258. Larry Traces His Coming Out to JFK and a Frat Brother
  259. Jesse Believes in the Power of [Trans]cendence
  260. Vic Lives Closeted in Westmoreland County
  261. Kayden Wants to Be Safe Holding Her Partner’s Hand in Pittsburgh
  262. Tony Believes Everyone in the LGBTQ Community Matters
  263. Brandon Believes Pittsburgh Should Have Better Trans Health Resources
  264. Cindy Has Been Fundraising for the GLCC for 14 Years
  265. Coley Claims to Be Invisible in Plain Sight
  266. Carmen is a Queer Black Womyn From Pittsburgh
  267. Darcell Hopes Everyone Will Find Love
  268. Sivynn Acknowledges That Some People Just Don’t Pay Attention to His Transition
  269. Amber Has Always Been Proud of Being OUT
  270. Shell is Proud of the Positive Impact of Pittsburgh Black Pride
  271. Gary Has Lived in Northwest and Southwest PA As An Openly Gay Man
  272. Patrouious Describes His Fears & Frustrations as a Trans Man in McKean County #AMPLIFY
  273. John is a Geeky, White, Cisgender, Queer, Pagan, Proletariat Hippie #AMPLIFY
  274. Skip Believes The Act of Coming Out Is a Continuous Process
  275. Sam Prefers the Ambiguity of Queer Identity to a Specific Label
  276. Jan Offers an Older Perspective on LGBTQ Pittsburgh
  277. Meg Is a Country Queer
  278. CJ Describes Living Stealth As A Trans Man
  279. Bob Is the First Openly Gay Elected Official In Northwestern PA
  280. Paula Speaks Out About Bi-Erasure and Bisexual Exclusion
  281. Joy KMT Values Intersectional Healing Spaces
  282. Katie-Anne Speaks As Two Spirited Bi Gendered Resident of Johnstown
  283. Twist Shares Their Life as Neuroqueer
  284. kelly emphasizes that ‘gay is not the totality of me’
  285. Gina Shares Her Truth With Those Who Deserve To Know
  286. Donna Met a Female Impersonator Who Made a Lasting Impression
  287. Joyce Believes Tolerance Is Not Acceptance
  288. Mike Talks About the Privileges of Living in Erie as a Gay Man
  289. Rashod Is An Unapologetic Trans Man of Color
  290. Tara Wants Us To Talk About Intersectionality

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