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GLBT Historical Society
Aug 5, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview about Sonoma State University Women's Studies Program, which developed and taught courses in Women's Studies, sponsored student-taught courses for college credit on Women's issues, developed internships for student training in various community agencies, was governed by a student/community board, educated the college and community on women's issues, and participated in the activism of Sonoma County women. This interview includes women who were active 1974-1980. Lesbian...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), LGBTQ education, Women's Studies, Feminist Studies,...
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Aug 5, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview about Sonoma State University Women's Studies Program, which developed and taught courses in Women's Studies, sponsored student-taught courses for college credit on Women's issues, developed internships for student training in various community agencies, was governed by a student/community board, educated the college and community on women's issues, and participated in the activism of Sonoma County women. This interview includes women who were active 1974-1980. Lesbian...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), LGBTQ education, Women's Studies, Feminist Studies,...
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Aug 5, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview with long-time Lesbian activist Nancy Moorhead. Interviewee: Nancy Moorhead. Interviewer: Ann Neel.  Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. Copyright protected. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S. Copyright Law may violate federal law. Permission to publish or reproduce is required.  From the Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), activism, political activity
GLBT Historical Society
Aug 5, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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An open mic event inviting lesbians to tell a story about the bar scene in Sonoma County in the 1970s and 1980s. Interviewees: Ruth Mahaney, Tina Dungan, Pat Andreine, Pam Turner, Glenna Holaday,  Lori Zucker, Pam Adinoff, Marguerite Finn, Kelly McClelland, Mary Kowatch, Nancy Moorhead. Interviewer: Mary Kowatch.  Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. Copyright protected. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), Lesbian Bars, drinking, dancing, community
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Aug 5, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview with individual lesbians who performed in various settings during the 1990s, including solo performers. Interviewees: Ardy Tibby, Sherri Hoefling, Deb Wright. Interviewer: Tina Dungan.  Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. Copyright protected. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S. Copyright Law may violate federal law....
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), Theater, theatre, Actors, producers, lesbian theater,...
GLBT Historical Society
Aug 4, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview about Delta Pi Productions, a lesbian production company that brought lesbian entertainment to Sonoma County with performers, square dancing, storytellers and house concerts. Interviewees: Ardy Tibby, Sherri Hoefling, Cass Smith. Interviewer: Ruth Mahaney. Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. Copyright protected. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), Theater, theatre, produces, lesbian theater, lesbian...
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Aug 2, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview about Tribad Productions, the largest, longest running, most prolific lesbian theater troupe in Sonoma County. They produced two full productions and a holiday show every year from 1990-1995. Tiana Lee was the director. Interviewees: Teri Balkum-Tribendis, Brenda Starr, Jan Marks, Kayte Ryann, Maddy Hirschfield, Helen Walsh, Margaret Nelson-Quin (aka Margaret LaValle), Sherri Hoefling, Roberta Latefa Mineo, Stepahnie Rief, Tiana Lee. Interviewer: Mary Kowatch.  Courtesy...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), Theater, theatre, Actors, Writers, lesbian theater,...
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Aug 2, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview with Lesbian actors, writers, directors and producers of Lesbian-oriented plays and productions. Interviewees: Jan Marks, Lilith Rogers, Lois Perlman, Pauline Pfandler, Sharon Hawthorne, Carolyn Gage. Interviewer: Ann Neel.  Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. Copyright protected. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S....
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), Theater, theatre, Actors, Writers, lesbian theater,...
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Oral history interview about "Dip Me in Honey and Throw Me to the Lesbians," the first Lesbian-centric musical theater written and performed in Sonoma county, from 1988-1991. Interviewees: Anita Barden, Teri Balkum-Tribendis, Maddy Hirshfield, Nance Michalos, Jan Marks, Kayte Ryann, Tina Dungan. Interviewer: Mary Kowatch.  Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. Copyright protected. Use of materials from this collection beyond the...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), Theater, theatre, Actors, musicals, lesbian theater,...
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Filmed at Ner Shalom in Cotati, members of the Lesbian Voters Action Caucus (LVAC) perform a reader’s theatre piece, “Homo for the Holidays” on their experiences of family events during the holidays, sing traditional holiday songs with altered lyrics, and encourage the sharing of similar stories by audience members post-performance. Interviewees: Karen Rose, Nancy Moorhead, Sylvia Gallego, Jo Lauer, Jacqua Miller, Pat Andrieine, Leila Haddad, Ann McGivern, Lilith Rogers, Kayte Ryann,...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), Reader’s Theatre, Lesbians and Their Families,...
GLBT Historical Society
Jul 23, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview about Runes . Runes was a women's newspaper started in 1976. It started in Sonoma as a newsletter of the LUNA Collective, became politicized and moved to Santa Rosa. Runes was a topic-oriented newspaper covering women's issues, and ran from 1976-1980. Interviewees: Liz Vaughn, Mare Dickerson, Ocean, Lorene Irizary, Lyn Stirewalt. Interviewer: Mary Kowatch.  Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. Copyright protected....
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), newspaper, media, political activity
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Jul 23, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Presentation by the Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County about itself. LASC was invited to present at the Sebastopol Senior Center to inform the community about its existence, history, and mission.  Interviewees: Pat Andreine, Tina Dungan, Marylou Hadditt, Glenna Holaday, Nancy Kelley, Mary Kowatch, Nancy Moorhead, Ann Neel, Tia Watts. Interviewer: Mary Kowatch. Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. Copyright protected. Use of materials from...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County, LASC, women's history,...
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Jul 23, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview about lesbian caregivers for people with AIDS. During the AIDS epidemic, lesbians stepped up to care for and spearhead community organizations in support of gay men who were dying of the disease. Sonoma County had the highest density of cases for a rural area in the U.S. 1980s-1990s. Interviewees: Randi Francis, Nancy Tello, H. Ann Kaplan, Jude Mariah. Interviewer: Ann Neel.  Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA....
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), AIDS (disease), AIDS caregivers
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Jul 23, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview with Georgia Prescott. Prescott was a Lesbian leader in Sonoma County in many different areas of social and political activism during the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. Interviewee: Georgia Prescott. Interviewer: Mary Kowatch. Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. Copyright protected. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S. Copyright Law...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), activism, political activity
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Jul 19, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview in which women involved in various artistic careers from 1975 to 1999 display their work. In a separate video by LASC the women discuss their work and how their lesbian-focused art was received in the community and how they endeavoured to earn a living as lesbian artists. Interviewees: Cheryl Traendly, Jane Sipe, Nancy Tello, Jacqua Miller, Marge Mount. Interviewer: Mary Kowatch.  Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), artists, art as business, women's art, lesbian art
GLBT Historical Society
Jul 16, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview with women involved in various artistic careers from 1975 to 1999. The women discuss how their lesbian-focused art was received in the community and how they endeavored to earn a living as lesbian artists. Some of their art work is displayed in a second video from LASC. Interviewees: Cheryl Traendly, Jane Sipe, Nancy Tello, Jacqua Miller, Marge Mount. Interviewer: Mary Kowatch.  Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA....
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), artists, art as business, women's art, lesbian art
GLBT Historical Society
Jul 15, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview about Red Clover Workers' Brigade, a non-profit formed from Santa Rosa Community Market and Country People's Warehouse in 1975. It was a "food for people, not for profit" collective which provided Sonoma County with organic food. Morningstar Trucking was a lesbian trucking team within the Red Clover Workers' Brigade that moved organic food all over California. Interviewees: Susan Spott, Susan King, Pam Adinoff, Tina Dungan, Judy Nagle. Interviewer: Mary...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), organic food, food delivery, wokers' collectives, trucking
Oral history interview about lebian softball teams. Starting in 1978, teams that openly identified as lesbian started joining local recreational softball leagues. The “Flyers” were first, and eventually there were six teams at all levels of play in Sonoma County, providing a unique opportunity for interactions between the lesbian and straight communities. Interviewees: Nancy Janek, Char Barron, Glenna Holaday, Susan Cohen, Sherri Hoefling, Brenda Starr, Lana Karhu, Diane Pizza, Fel Leech,...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), women athletes, sports, softball
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Jul 6, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview with Michelle Porter, in which she discusses her years of Sonoma County activism, beginning with co-founding the Black Student Union at Santa Rosa Junior College, attending nursing school at Sonoma State University, and later continued struggles against racism and sexism. She places an emphasis on creating safe spaces and health options for women and young people of color. Interviewee: Michelle Porter. Interviewer: Ann Neel.  Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual,...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), Student Activism, Black Students Unions, Women's Studies,...
GLBT Historical Society
Jul 4, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview about a donor paternity case involving a woman who conceived a child by artificial insemination in 1980 using a known donor. The donor took her to court for paternity and custody. The paternity case went to the California Supreme Court on 1985. The lawyer initially representing the mother and a women acting as co-parent also participated in the interview. Interviewees: Mary Kowatch, Trish Nugent, Victoria Trautvetter. Interviewer: Nancy Kelley. Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian,...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), gay rights, parental rights, custody case
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Oral history interview about the Sisters of Lesbos Against Radiation, known as SOLAR, a group of anti-nuclear activists who resisted construction of and protested accidents at nuclear power sites in Sonoma County and Northern California, as a Lesbian/Feminist group. SOLAR participated in protests and educational programs, and members were arrested during acts of civil disobedience. Interviewees: Reeta Roo, Jamie Mitchell, Chris Archambault, Merit Carnahan, Birch Moonwoman, Liz Larew, Karen...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), activism, anti-nuclear movement
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Oral history interview about Sonoma County Residents Against Proposition 6 (SCRAP 6). This lesbian-dominated political group was formed in 1978 to defeat the California “Briggs” ballot initiative that called for the firing of gay teachers. SCRAP 6 raised money, put up the only anti-Briggs billboard statewide, and trained lesbians and gays to go door-to-door in their own neighborhoods. They were successful, and the proposition did not pass.  Interviewees: Joanne Rebelgale, Claudia Norby,...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), activism, gay rights, politics
GLBT Historical Society
Jun 25, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview with Marylou Hadditt, a Lesbian activist who was involved in many women's  and lesbian organizations including the Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County. She was a poet and a writer who shares her life experiences. Interviewee: Marylou Hadditt. Interviewer: Nancy Kelley. Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. Copyright protected. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), activism, poetry, writer
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Oral history interview containing reflections of three professors who made Women's Studies possible at Sonoma State University. English professor JJ Wilson recalls initiating its first classes and negotiating with college administrators for acknowledgement and funds. First coordinator Ann Neel talks about her experience of expanding the program by using students as teachers and established a guiding Women's Studies (WOMS) board. Second coordinator Ruth Mahaney then reviews what it was like to...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), Women’s Movement, Higher Education, Women's Studies,...
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Jun 7, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview about Chrysalis Counselling, a counseling agency which offered free or low-cost counseling to women, promising a feminist approach to mental health and sensitivity to racial and sexual diversity. Founded by lesbians and run by lesbians, bisexual women, and heterosexual women, it was an early example of feminist approaches to counseling. The group has trained many therapists/counselors and provided many lesbians with therapy. As of 2022, it still exists....
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), mental health, feminist counseling, feminist counselling,...
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Jun 6, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview about the Gang Band, a 1970s Expressive arts performance group that arose from Sonoma State University and lived on Cloud Farm. They wrote original music, had a following in Sonoma County and San Francisco. Their member, David McNair, was an "honorary lesbian."  Interviewees: Barbara Penny (on phone), Lindee Reese, Lynn Dorgan, Eileen "Beanie" Etchells, Louise "Lulu" Rubin, David McNair. Interviewer: Mary Kowatch.  Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian,...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), women's music, entertainment, art
GLBT Historical Society
Jun 4, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview about Women's Studies at Sonoma State University, which reflected the impact of the Women’s Movement’s 2nd Wave on higher education.  Participants discuss the complexity of their experience as students, student teachers, and Women's Studies Program board members in the program’s first years and the impact it had on them. 1973-1974. Interview three of five.  Interviewees: Ann Neel, Carol Bloom, Pat Andreine, Elizabeth Southworth, Jesse Golden, Lois Moses, Tina...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), Women’s Movement, women's studies, Higher Education,...
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May 31, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview about Clairelight Bookstore, a popular women's bookstore offering community events, and well-stocked selection of titles of interest to the women's community.  Interviewees: Moonyean, Claire Shapiro. Interviewer: Nancy Kelley. Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. Copyright protected. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S....
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), women's bookstores
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May 31, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview about Women's Studies at Sonoma State University, which reflected the impact of the Women’s Movement’s 2nd Wave on higher education.  Participants discuss the complexity of their experience as students, student teachers, and Women's Studies Program board members in the program’s first years and the impact it had on them. 1973-1974. Interview two of five.  Interviewees: Ann Neel, Carol Bloom, Pat Andreine, Elizabeth Southworth, Jesse Golden, Lois Moses, Tina...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), Women’s Movement, women's studies, Higher Education,...
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May 30, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview about Women’s Voices , a newspaper by, for and about women in Sonoma County from 1980 to 2010. The paper included topics pertinent to women, women’s activities and graphics. This interview has 2 parts.  Interviewees: Jan Shade, Stacee Shade, Snake, Kim Fusch, Reeta Roo, Marylou Haddit, Morgan Stewart, Bonnie Eisenberg, Claire Etienne, Hreith Pezzi. Interviewer: Mary Kowatch. Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA....
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), newspaper, media, politics
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May 30, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview about Women's Studies at Sonoma State University, which reflected the impact of the Women’s Movement’s 2nd Wave on higher education.  Participants discuss the complexity of their experience as students, student teachers, and Women's Studies Program board members in the program’s first years and the impact it had on them. 1973-1974. Interview one of five.  Interviewees: Ann Neel, Carol Bloom, Pat Andreine, Elizabeth Southworth, Jesse Golden, Lois Moses, Tina...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), Women’s Movement, women's studies, Higher Education,...
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May 21, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview about Minerva Productions, which was a collective of Lesbians that produced Lesbian entertainment in Sonoma County from 1975 to 1978. This included women’s music and speakers and other events. They produced a Women on Wheels concert and other women musicians and dance performers. Interviewees: Scottie Ferris, Pam Adinoff, Claudia Norby, Meryl Fischer. Interviewer: Mary Kowatch. Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA....
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), entertainment, women's music, dance
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May 20, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview about the Moonrise Café, which was a coffee house offering a meeting place and social and political events for the Lesbian community in Sonoma County during the late 1970s and 1980s.  Interviewees: Nancy Moorhead, Cheryl Dunn, Vicki Lessen, Debra Bradford, Judy Nagle, Reeta Roo. Interviewer: Mary Kowatch.  Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. Copyright protected. Use of materials from this collection beyond the...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), community meeting places, food, entertainment
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May 11, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview about the Brown Bag Reader's Theatre. BBRT was a group of Lesbian Alcoholics and Codependents who performed various reader’s theater scripts in many venues in California. Interviewees: Kendra McKenna, Nancy Tello, Kayte Ryann, Susanne Duffin, Julie Rodgers, Diane White, Anita Barden, Maureen Donaghue, Nancy Moorhead. Interviewer: Mary Kowatch. Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. Copyright protected. Use of...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Sonoma County (Calif.), Reader's Theater, alcoholism, codependence
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May 11, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview about the Lesbian Voters Action Caucus, a group that offered sample ballots, a lecture series, and social events for the Lesbian community in Sonoma County during the 1970’s, 1980’s and 1990’s. Part I of II. Interviewees: Donna Piepgras, Jo Lauer, Barbara Bochinski. Interviewer: Mary Kowatch. Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. Copyright protected. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Feminism, Sonoma County (Calif.), activism, politics and elections
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May 1, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview about the Lesbian Voters Action Caucus, a group that offered sample ballots, a lecture series, and social events for the Lesbian community in Sonoma County during the 1970’s, 1980’s and 1990’s. Part II of II. Interviewees: Elizabeth Larew, Cynthia Riggs, Sylvia Gallego, Jamie Mitchell, Mary Lou Hadditt, Nancy Moorhead. Interviewer: Mary Kowatch. Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. Copyright protected. Use of...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Feminism, Sonoma County (Calif.), activism, politics and elections
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Apr 24, 2022 Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County
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Oral history interview about the Penngrove Women's Center, the first women's center in Sonoma Country, which provided referrals, meeting and gathering place for women, started by women from Sonoma State University and others. It held a library, "Lola Books," pool table, cultural events, from 1974-1975. Interviewees: Chris Normoyle, Pam Adinoff, Tina Dungan. Interviewer: Mary Kowatch. Courtesy of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. Copyright...
Topics: LGBTQ, Lesbians, Feminism, Sonoma County (Calif.), Women's studies
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Jan 28, 2022 Beardemphl, Bill
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Notes towards an unwritten history of queer San Francisco, potentially titled "Homosexualizing the City," by Bill Beardemphl.  Bill Beardemphl (1926-2002) was a journalist, activist, and chef who is best known for founding the Society for Individual Rights (SIR), a homophile organization, and publishing its magazine Vector. In the 1980s, he was also the owner of the San Francisco Sentinel.   From the Bill Beardemphl papers (2022-04). Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual,...
Topics: Gay men, Homophile movement, Journalism
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Jan 28, 2022 Beardemphl, Bill
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A mailer/poster exemplifying the opposition to Propositions A and B, which were local ballot measures in San Jose and Santa Clara County intended to outlaw discrimination against LGBTQ people. The poster is part of Bill Beardemphl's large collection of homophobic materials, which he collected as part of his research into his political opponents. Bill Beardemphl (1926-2002) a journalist, activist, and chef who is best known for founding the Society for Individual Rights (SIR), a homophile...
Topics: Gay men, Journalism, Homophobia
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Jan 28, 2022 Beardemphl, Bill
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The program of the SIRLebrity Capades of 1965, a variety show fundraiser for the Society for Individual Rights, founded in 1964 by Bill Beardemphl.  Beardemphl (1926-2002) was a journalist, activist, and chef who is best known for founding SIR and publishing its magazine Vector. In the 1980s, he was also the owner of the San Francisco Sentinel.   From the Bill Beardemphl papers (2022-04). Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This...
Topics: Gay men, Homophile organizations, Journalism, Dance
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Jan 28, 2022 Beardemphl, Bill
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Photograph of Bill Beardemphl with his lifelong partner Johnny DeLeon at home, circa 1960s. Bill Beardemphl (1926-2002) was a journalist, activist, and chef who is best known for founding the Society for Individual Rights (SIR), a homophile organization, and publishing its magazine Vector. In the 1980s, he was also the owner of the San Francisco Sentinel.   From the Bill Beardemphl papers (2022-04). Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco...
Topics: Gay men, Homophile movement, Journalism, Latinx people, Long-term relationships
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Jan 28, 2022 Beardemphl, Bill
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Photograph of Bill Beardemphl, circa 1970s. Bill Beardemphl (1926-2002) was a journalist, activist, and chef who is best known for founding the Society for Individual Rights (SIR), a homophile organization, and publishing its magazine Vector. In the 1980s, he was also the owner of the San Francisco Sentinel.   From the Bill Beardemphl papers (2022-04). Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This work is accessible for purposes of...
Topics: Gay men, Homophile movement, Journalism
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Jan 28, 2022 Beardemphl, Bill
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Photograph of Bill Beardemphl with his lifelong partner Johnny DeLeon, circa 1960s. Bill Beardemphl (1926-2002) was a journalist, activist, and chef who is best known for founding the Society for Individual Rights (SIR), a homophile organization, and publishing its magazine Vector. In the 1980s, he was also the owner of the San Francisco Sentinel. From the Bill Beardemphl papers (2022-04). Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This...
Topics: Gay men, Homophile movement, Journalism, Latinx people, Long-term relationships
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Jan 28, 2022 Beardemphl, Bill
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Photograph of Bill Beardemphl (right), his lifelong partner Johnny DeLeon (center), and an unidentified friend, circa 1960s. This photo may have been taken at an Imperial Court event, given the Renaissance costumes worn by the men. Bill Beardemphl (1926-2002) was a journalist, activist, and chef who is best known for founding the Society for Individual Rights (SIR), a homophile organization, and publishing its magazine Vector. In the 1980s, he was also the owner of the San Francisco Sentinel....
Topics: Gay men, Homophile movement, Journalism, Latinx people, Long-term relationships
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Jan 28, 2022 Beardemphl, Bill
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Photograph of Bill Beardemphl and his lifelong partner Johnny DeLeon, circa 1970. Bill Beardemphl (1926-2002) was a journalist, activist, and chef who is best known for founding the Society for Individual Rights (SIR), a homophile organization, and publishing its magazine Vector. In the 1980s, he was also the owner of the San Francisco Sentinel.   From the Bill Beardemphl papers (2022-04). Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This...
Topics: Gay men, Homophile movement, Journalism, Latinx people, Long-term relationships
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Jan 28, 2022 Beardemphl, Bill
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Photograph of Bill Beardemphl and his lifelong partner Johnny DeLeon, circa 2000. Bill Beardemphl (1926-2002) was a journalist, activist, and chef who is best known for founding the Society for Individual Rights (SIR), a homophile organization, and publishing its magazine Vector. In the 1980s, he was also the owner of the San Francisco Sentinel. From the Bill Beardemphl papers (2022-04). Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This...
Topics: Homophile movement, Journalism, Latinx people, Long-term relationships
GLBT Historical Society
Jan 28, 2022 Beardemphl, Bill
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Photograph of Bill Beardemphl and his lifelong partner Johnny DeLeon, circa early 1960s ("must have been taken in '63 or '64" on verso).  Bill Beardemphl (1926-2002) was a journalist, activist, and chef who is best known for founding the Society for Individual Rights (SIR), a homophile organization, and publishing its magazine Vector. In the 1980s, he was also the owner of the San Francisco Sentinel.   From the Bill Beardemphl papers (2022-04). Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian,...
Topics: Gay men, Homophile movement, Journalism, Long-term relationships, Latinx people
GLBT Historical Society
Jan 28, 2022 Beardemphl, Bill
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Photograph of Bill Beardemphl's lifelong partner, dancer Johnny DeLeon, circa 1960s. This image may have been taken at an Imperial Court of San Francisco event, given DeLeon's Renaissance costume. Bill Beardemphl (1926-2002) was a journalist, activist, and chef who is best known for founding the Society for Individual Rights (SIR), a homophile organization, and publishing its magazine Vector. In the 1980s, he was also the owner of the San Francisco Sentinel. From the Bill Beardemphl papers...
Topics: Gay men, Homophile movement, Journalism, Dance, Latinx people
GLBT Historical Society
Dec 13, 2021 FTM Newsletter
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FTM Newsletter, September 1988, Issue #5. From the GLBT Historical Society, Periodicals Collection. FTM International is the largest and oldest continuously running organization serving the transmasculine community. Articles: Our FTM Get-Together; Dr. Foerster's Phalloplasty by Nicholas C.; TV/TS Convention in April; What's in a Name? by Kevin Horwitz; FTM "Male" Box; Female-To-Male Get-Together #7; Dear FTM; F-M Group In Maryland; Back Issues of Metamorphosis; Los Angeles Times...
Topics: journalism, transgender people, transmen
GLBT Historical Society
Dec 9, 2021 FTM Newsletter
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FTM Newsletter, September 1990, Issue #13. From the GLBT Historical Society, Periodicals Collection. FTM International is the largest and oldest continuously running organization serving the transmasculine community. Articles: Endocrinologist Talks Testosterone at Summer 1990 Get-Together; Newsletter Late for a Reason; FTM Male Box; MTF Jan Morris Lectures in S.F. Author of "Conundrum"; Networking Column; Historic Midwest FTM Get-Together; Seattle Gathering Entertains; Linda/Les &...
Topics: journalism, transgender people, transmen
GLBT Historical Society
Dec 9, 2021 FTM Newsletter
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FTM Newsletter, September 1989, Issue #9. From the GLBT Historical Society, Periodicals Collection. FTM International is the largest and oldest continuously running organization serving the transmasculine community. Articles: "Be a Gentle Man" by Christopher; June Get-Together In Golden Gate Park; FTM "Male" Box; Would You Like to Receive Future Issues of "FTM"?; Billy Tipton Memorial Quartet; F-M Meetings in Philadelphia by Erik von Schmetterling, M.D.; The 11th...
Topics: journalism, transgender people, transmen
GLBT Historical Society
Dec 9, 2021 FTM Newsletter
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FTM Newsletter, October 1992, Issue #21. From the GLBT Historical Society, Periodicals Collection. FTM International is the largest and oldest continuously running organization serving the transmasculine community. Articles: What's Going on Here? by James; Gender in the Media by James; FTM Male Box; Notice: Group Leader, Editor Needed; Networking Column; Max Valerio (FTM member) Reads Prose and Poetry - Review by Jill Enquist; Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT)...
Topics: journalism, transgender people, transmen
GLBT Historical Society
Dec 9, 2021 FTM Newsletter
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FTM Newsletter, October 1991, Issue #17. From the GLBT Historical Society, Periodicals Collection. FTM International is the largest and oldest continuously running organization serving the transmasculine community. Articles: Record Attendance at 18th Get-Together by James; First Social and Support Meetings Well-Attended; Thanks for Keeping FTM Going!; FTM Gets a New Mailing Address; Networking Column; FTM Male Box; Call to a National Conference on Transgender Law; Lou's Panel Part of Names...
Topics: journalism, transgender people, transmen
GLBT Historical Society
Dec 9, 2021 FTM Newsletter
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FTM Newsletter, June 1990, Issue #12. From the GLBT Historical Society, Periodicals Collection. FTM International is the largest and oldest continuously running organization serving the transmasculine community. Articles: Spring Get-Together Focuses on FTMs and AIDS; Dr. Paul Walker Returns to Address the TV/TS Community; FTM Male Box; No Respect by Christian CB David, New York City; FTMs and AIDS; Endocrinologist to Speak at our Get-Together; Crossdressing Ball in East Bay; Will German...
Topics: journalism, transgender people, transmen
GLBT Historical Society
Dec 9, 2021 FTM Newsletter
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FTM Newsletter, June 1989, Issue #8. From the GLBT Historical Society, Periodicals Collection. FTM International is the largest and oldest continuously running organization serving the transmasculine community. Articles: I Know I'm FTM. Why Do I Need Counseling; Our Spting 1989 FTM Get-Together and Upcoming Summer 1989 Social; FTM Video Project Needs Your Input; What is "FTM"?; Help!; FTM "Male" Box; Billy Tipton Update; Another FTM Leader Retires; Benjamin Symposium in...
Topics: journalism, transgender people, transmen
GLBT Historical Society
Dec 9, 2021 FTM Newsletter
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FTM Newsletter, March 1990, Issue #11. From the GLBT Historical Society, Periodicals Collection. FTM International is the largest and oldest continuously running organization serving the transmasculine community. Articles: The Transition from Boyhood to Manhood Discussed at FTM Get-Together #12; A Spring Get-Together that won't quit!; FMT "Male" Box ; Results of FTM Medical Survey; FTM Networking; Eleventh International Symposium on Gender Dysphoria: An Insider's Report by Rupert...
Topics: journalism, transgender people, transmen
GLBT Historical Society
Dec 8, 2021 FTM Newsletter
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FTM Newsletter, March 1989, Issue #7. From the GLBT Historical Society, Periodicals Collection. FTM International is the largest and oldest continuously running organization serving the transmasculine community. Articles: A Final Tribute to Billy Tipton; FTM "Male" Box; What Is "FTM"?;  Winter '88 Get-Together: A Panel of Wives/Girlfriends of FTM's; Spring '89 FTM Get-Together; Andros: FTM's in Maryland; Research Volunteers Needed; Parivarto's "Willies" by Jeff...
Topics: journalism, transgender people, transmen
GLBT Historical Society
Nov 19, 2021 GLBT Historical Society San Francisco ACT UP Oral History Project
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Video of ACT UP Oral History Project interview with Randi Gerson by Joey Plaster. August 2, 2017. Events: Louis Sheldon/TVC Action (ACT UP, Sacramento), Castro Sweep (Oct 6, 1989), INS Action (ACT UP), Sixth International AIDS Conference (Jun 1990), ACT UP Split (Fall 1990). Topics and people: Meeting culture, Local issues committee, Direct action and tactics, Deeg Gold, Kate Raphael, Self-education, Journalism and media, Women and AIDS activism, Mike Shriver, Fashion and culture of ACT UP, SF...
Topics: Oral history, AIDS (disease)
GLBT Historical Society
Nov 16, 2021 FTM Newsletter
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FTM Newsletter, March 1988, Issue #3. From the GLBT Historical Society, Periodicals Collection. FTM International is the largest and oldest continuously running organization serving the transmasculine community. Articles: Brownstein Brings 'em out; Vera - A Film Review; Dear FTM; Report on Support Group by Kevin Horwitz; FTM Contact List; Prosthetic Device; Metamorphosis Back Issues Available; How'd You Pick Your Name?; If you Have...; FTM Music Video?; Harry Benjamin "Standards of...
Topics: journalism, transgender people, transmen
GLBT Historical Society
Nov 16, 2021 FTM Newsletter
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FTM Newsletter, September 1987, Issue #1. From the GLBT Historical Society, Periodicals Collection. FTM International is the largest and oldest continuously running organization serving the transmasculine community. Articles: Welcome to our First Issue!; Female-to-Male Get-Together #3; "Lightning Turns Woman into Man!"; A FTM Pope?; New FTM Study Underway; Sexuality Rap Group; Gender Discussion Group; Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San...
Topics: journalism, transgender people, transmen
GLBT Historical Society
Nov 16, 2021 FTM Newsletter
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FTM Newsletter, June 1988, Issue #4. From the GLBT Historical Society, Periodicals Collection. FTM International is the largest and oldest continuously running organization serving the transmasculine community. Articles: About our Get-Togethers; FTM's in Nashville; On Buying Shoes; More FTM Films!; Los Angeles Times Plans FTM Article; Other Gender Meetings in the Bay Area; FMT "Male" Box; Emergence, by Mario Martino; Another FTM book in the works; Metamorphosis Magazine Folds;...
Topics: journalism, transgender people, transmen
GLBT Historical Society
Nov 16, 2021 FTM Newsletter
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FTM Newsletter, July 1991, Issue #16. From the GLBT Historical Society, Periodicals Collection. FTM International is the largest and oldest continuously running organization serving the transmasculine community. Articles: FTM Group Schedules More Frequent Meetings; 17th Get-Together Marks Lou's Passing; Thank you - Thank you - Thank you; FTM Male Box; Networking Column; FTM Newsletter; A Crossdresser's Closet; A Different Kind of "Coming Out" by Sandy Bernstein; Speaking of Gender;...
Topics: journalism, transgender people, transmen
GLBT Historical Society
Nov 16, 2021 FTM Newsletter
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FTM Newsletter, January 1992, Issue #18. From the GLBT Historical Society, Periodicals Collection. FTM International is the largest and oldest continuously running organization serving the transmasculine community. Articles: Attendance Still Strong; Surgical Update: 1991 by Kevin Horwitz; Life after Donahue by Francis; Networking Column; Publications of Interest to FTMs; San Francisco Gender Information; FTM Male Box; Reviews - Body politics by P.B.; Reviews - Second in Trilogy Completed;...
Topics: journalism, transgender people, transmen
GLBT Historical Society
Nov 16, 2021 FTM Newsletter
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FTM Newsletter, December 1990, Issue #14. From the GLBT Historical Society, Periodicals Collection. FTM International is the largest and oldest continuously running organization serving the transmasculine community. Articles: Information for the Female to Male Cross Dresser and Transsexual by Lou Sullivan; Controversial Film Shown at September 1990 Get-Together; Two-Day FTM Program to be held in April; FTM Male Box; "Hidden: A Gender" Returns; Van Maasdam to Speak; Networking Column;...
Topics: journalism, transgender people, transmen
GLBT Historical Society
Nov 16, 2021 FTM Newsletter
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FTM Newsletter, December 1989, Issue #10. From the GLBT Historical Society, Periodicals Collection. FTM International is the largest and oldest continuously running organization serving the transmasculine community. Articles: Surprise Guest Speaks at September's FTM Get-Together; FTM meetings around the world; FTM "Male" Box; "FTM" Unscathed in Recent Earthquake; FTM program at I.F.G.E. Convention; Social Group for TS parents; FTM meeting in New York City; Books "The...
Topics: journalism, transgender people, transmen
GLBT Historical Society
Nov 9, 2021 FTM Newsletter
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FTM Newsletter, April 1992, Issue #19. From the GLBT Historical Society, Periodicals Collection. FTM International is the largest and oldest continuously running organization serving the transmasculine community. Articles: New Zealand group honors Lou Sullivan; New logo design by Bobby Gene the Art Machine; Recap of Recent Meetings; Medical Complications; Female-To-Male Transgender Group Forms on East Coast; In Memoriam; Networking Column; Call for Submissions: Transsexuals for Transsexuals; A...
Topics: journalism, transgender people, transmen
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Nov 9, 2021
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FTM Newsletter, December 1987, Issue #2. From the GLBT Historical Society, Periodicals Collection. FTM International is the largest and oldest continuously running organization serving the transmasculine community. Articles: Dr. Michael L. Brownstein to speak at Female-to-Male get-together #4; Magazine for F-M's "Metamorphosis Magazine"; Educational Outreach; At the Movies "Just One of the Guys"; In the Bookstores. Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT)...
Topics: journalism, transgender people, transmen
GLBT Historical Society
Oct 26, 2021 FTM Newsletter
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FTM Newsletter, April 1991, Issue #15. From the GLBT Historical Society, Periodicals Collection. FTM International is the largest and oldest continuously running organization serving the transmasculine community. Articles: In Memoriam Louis Graydon Sullivan; FTM Male Box; In Remembrance; In Honor of Lou; We Need Your Contributions; Networking Column; How Much Does it Cost; Summary of Costs; Clothing Resource; From the Editor; New Colorado Commissioner; What's Happening Up on the Hill;...
Topics: journalism, transgender people, transmen
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A fact sheet by and for incarcerated trans women, entitled Surviving Prison in California, circa 2010s. From the Transgender Gendervariant Intersex Justice Project collection, 2018-36.   Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S. Copyright Law may...
Topics: Incarcerated people, Transgender people, Trans women
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A brochure, circa 2005, explaining the mission of the Transgender Gendervariant Intersex Justice Project. From the Transgender Gendervariant Intersex Justice Project collection, 2018-36.   Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S. Copyright Law may...
Topics: Incarcerated people, Transgender people
GLBT Historical Society
Oct 15, 2021
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Letters from incarcerated trans women in the January 2014 issue of Stiletto , the newsletter of the Transgender Gendervariant Intersex Justice Project. From the Transgender Gendervariant Intersex Justice Project collection, 2018-36.   Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and...
Topics: Incarcerated people, Transgender people, Trans women
GLBT Historical Society
Oct 14, 2021
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A self-portrait by Shiloh Quine, an incarcerated trans woman who in 2015 won a lawsuit which established the right of trans people to trans-affirming medical care while in prison. Image is circa 2019. From the Shiloh Quine papers, 2019-04.   Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and...
Topics: Incarcerated people, Transgender people, Trans women
GLBT Historical Society
Oct 14, 2021
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An article on Victoria Schneider, who in 1997 sued the city and county of San Francisco over an illegal strip search by officers who claimed they were determining her gender. From the Victoria Schneider papers, 2000-57.   Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use...
Topics: Incarcerated people, Sex work, Transgender people, Trans women
GLBT Historical Society
Oct 14, 2021
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An activist fact sheet about incarcerated women living with AIDS at Chowchilla Prison. From the Tryfan Morys Einhlyn Llwyd papers, 1995-23.   Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S. Copyright Law may violate federal law. The GLBT Historical...
Topic: Incarcerated people
GLBT Historical Society
Oct 14, 2021
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A flier for Sparks Fly II, a benefit for women political prisoners. On the back is a tally of deaths at the California Medical Facility, a medical facility for incarcerated men. From the Tryfan Morys Einhlyn  Llwyd  papers, 1995-23.   Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and...
Topic: Incarcerated people
GLBT Historical Society
Oct 14, 2021
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A flier for an ACT UP demonstration on behalf of incarcerated people with AIDS. From the Tryfan Morys Einhlyn  Llwyd  papers, 1995-23.   Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S. Copyright Law may violate federal law. The GLBT Historical Society...
Topic: Incarcerated people
GLBT Historical Society
Oct 14, 2021
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A plan for an ACT UP demonstration on behalf of incarcerated people with AIDS. From the Tryfan Morys Einhlyn  Llwyd  papers, 1995-23.   Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S. Copyright Law may violate federal law. The GLBT Historical Society...
Topic: Incarcerated people
GLBT Historical Society
Oct 12, 2021
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An ACT UP fact sheet on incarcerated people and AIDS. From the Tryfan Morys Einhlyn  Llwyd  papers, 1995-23.   Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S. Copyright Law may violate federal law. The GLBT Historical Society Take-Down Policy is...
Topic: Incarcerated people
GLBT Historical Society
Oct 12, 2021
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A media alert for an ACT UP vigil in solidarity with incarcerated activists, who were on medication and hunger strikes to protest a lack of medical care for incarcerated people living with AIDS at the California Medical Facility in Vacaville. From the Tryfan Morys Einhlyn  Llwyd  papers, 1995-23.   Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Use of materials from this...
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A petition for the rights of incarcerated gay men from the group Inside Out, circa 1970s. From the Groups Ephemera collection, GRP EPH.   Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S. Copyright Law may violate federal law. The GLBT Historical Society...
Topic: Incarcerated people
GLBT Historical Society
Oct 12, 2021
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A flier from Join Hands, an advocacy group for incarcerated gay men, with a brief manifesto, circa 1970s. From the Groups Ephemera collection, GRP EPH.   Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S. Copyright Law may violate federal law. The GLBT...
Topic: Incarcerated people
GLBT Historical Society
Oct 12, 2021
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A poster for a showing of the film Of Fortune and Men's Eyes, to benefit Join Hands, an advocacy group for incarcerated gay men, circa 1970s. From the Groups Ephemera collection, GRP EPH.   Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S. Copyright Law may...
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An autobiographical article on AIDS activism by the nonbinary journalist and activist Tryfan Morys Eibhlyn Llwyd, written under their previous name. Excerpted from Breakthrough: Political Journal of Prairie Fire Organizing Committee , Winter 1990. From the Tryfan Morys Einhlyn  Llwyd  papers, 1995-23.   Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Use of materials from this...
Topics: Nonbinary people, AIDS (disease)
GLBT Historical Society
Oct 7, 2021
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A proposal for a presentation about bigender/androgyne identity by the sexologist and gerontologist Dr. Ari Kane, circa 1990s. From the Ari Kane papers (2002-26).   Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S. Copyright Law may violate federal law. The...
Topics: Transgender people, Nonbinary people
GLBT Historical Society
Oct 7, 2021
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An essay by Anne Fausto-Sterling, "The Five Genders: Why Male and Female Are Not Enough." From the Journal of Gender Studies, 1993-1994. From the Ari Kane papers (2002-26).   Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S. Copyright Law may...
Topics: Transgender people, Nonbinary people
GLBT Historical Society
Oct 7, 2021
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A list of books on trans and nonbinary (androgynous) experience, circa 1990s. From the Ari Kane papers (2002-26).   Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S. Copyright Law may violate federal law. The GLBT Historical Society Take-Down Policy is...
Topics: Transgender people, Nonbinary people
GLBT Historical Society
Oct 7, 2021
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A collection of quotations about the complexity of gender, part of a flier from Fantasia Fair, a trans convention, circa 1990s. From the Ari Kane papers (2002-26).   Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S. Copyright Law may violate federal law....
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GLBT Historical Society
Oct 7, 2021
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A page from the Fantasia Fair Gazette, the newsletter of Fantasia Fair, a convention for trans people, circa 1990s. It contains a report of a talk by Dallas Denny about the complexity of gender. From the Ari Kane papers (2002-26).   Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and...
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Oct 7, 2021
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A flier for the trans convention Fantasia Fair, circa 1990s, listing then-contemporary terminology for people of various genders and gender expressions. From the Ari Kane papers (2002-26).   Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S. Copyright Law...
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Oct 7, 2021
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The resume of the sexologist and gerontologist Ari Kane, circa 1980s. From the Ari Kane papers (2002-26).   Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Historical Society, San Francisco CA. This work is accessible for purposes of education and research. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S. Copyright Law may violate federal law. The GLBT Historical Society Take-Down Policy is available at...
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Sep 28, 2021 FTM Newsletter
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FTM Newsletter, December 1988, Issue #6. From the GLBT Historical Society, Periodicals Collection. FTM International is the largest and oldest continuously running organization serving the transmasculine community. Articles: Another Big Turnout at our Fall '08 Get-Together; Our FTM "Male" Box; FTM Outreach; Vera - An FTM Movie From Brazil; FTM Networking; How To Improve the Quality of Your Voice; Tellin' it like it is: Voice tips for the FTM; It's "F2M" in New Jersey;...
Topic: Transgender people
GLBT Historical Society
Sep 28, 2021 FTM Newsletter
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FTM Newsletter, December 1987, Issue #2. From the GLBT Historical Society, Periodicals Collection. FTM International is the largest and oldest continuously running organization serving the transmasculine community. Articles: Dr. Michael L. Brownstein to speak at Female-to-Male get-together #4; Magazine for F-M's "Metamorphosis Magazine"; Educational Outreach; At the Movies "Just One of the Guys"; In the Bookstores. Courtesy of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT)...
Topic: Transgender people
GLBT Historical Society
Sep 26, 2021 Vanguard
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Photograph of Vanguard's 1966 Street Sweep demonstration in San Francisco. Vanguard was an organization of LGBTQ youth and others living on the streets of the Tenderloin district in San Francisco. The Street Sweep was organized to demonstrate their commitment to the neighborhood and to protest ongoing police harassment.    From the Vanguard 1966 Street Sweep photographs (2021-21).  Digitization made possible through the generous support of Zane Blaney and John Caldwell.   Courtesy of the...
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GLBT Historical Society
Sep 26, 2021 Vanguard
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Photograph of Vanguard's 1966 Street Sweep demonstration in San Francisco. Vanguard was an organization of LGBTQ youth and others living on the streets of the Tenderloin district in San Francisco. The Street Sweep was organized to demonstrate their commitment to the neighborhood and to protest ongoing police harassment.    From the Vanguard 1966 Street Sweep photographs (2021-21).  Digitization made possible through the generous support of Zane Blaney and John Caldwell.   Courtesy of the...
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GLBT Historical Society
Sep 26, 2021 Vanguard
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Photograph of Vanguard's 1966 Street Sweep demonstration in San Francisco. Vanguard was an organization of LGBTQ youth and others living on the streets of the Tenderloin district in San Francisco. The Street Sweep was organized to demonstrate their commitment to the neighborhood and to protest ongoing police harassment.    From the Vanguard 1966 Street Sweep photographs (2021-21).  Digitization made possible through the generous support of Zane Blaney and John Caldwell.   Courtesy of the...
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GLBT Historical Society
Sep 26, 2021 Vanguard
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Photograph of Vanguard's 1966 Street Sweep demonstration in San Francisco. Vanguard was an organization of LGBTQ youth and others living on the streets of the Tenderloin district in San Francisco. The Street Sweep was organized to demonstrate their commitment to the neighborhood and to protest ongoing police harassment.    From the Vanguard 1966 Street Sweep photographs (2021-21).  Digitization made possible through the generous support of Zane Blaney and John Caldwell.   Courtesy of the...
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Photograph of Vanguard's 1966 Street Sweep demonstration in San Francisco. Vanguard was an organization of LGBTQ youth and others living on the streets of the Tenderloin district in San Francisco. The Street Sweep was organized to demonstrate their commitment to the neighborhood and to protest ongoing police harassment.    From the Vanguard 1966 Street Sweep photographs (2021-21).  Digitization made possible through the generous support of Zane Blaney and John Caldwell.   Courtesy of the...
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Photograph of Vanguard's 1966 Street Sweep demonstration in San Francisco. Vanguard was an organization of LGBTQ youth and others living on the streets of the Tenderloin district in San Francisco. The Street Sweep was organized to demonstrate their commitment to the neighborhood and to protest ongoing police harassment.    From the Vanguard 1966 Street Sweep photographs (2021-21).  Digitization made possible through the generous support of Zane Blaney and John Caldwell.   Courtesy of the...
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Photograph of Vanguard's 1966 Street Sweep demonstration in San Francisco. Vanguard was an organization of LGBTQ youth and others living on the streets of the Tenderloin district in San Francisco. The Street Sweep was organized to demonstrate their commitment to the neighborhood and to protest ongoing police harassment.    From the Vanguard 1966 Street Sweep photographs (2021-21).  Digitization made possible through the generous support of Zane Blaney and John Caldwell.   Courtesy of the...
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Sep 26, 2021 Vanguard
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Photograph of Vanguard's 1966 Street Sweep demonstration in San Francisco. Vanguard was an organization of LGBTQ youth and others living on the streets of the Tenderloin district in San Francisco. The Street Sweep was organized to demonstrate their commitment to the neighborhood and to protest ongoing police harassment.    From the Vanguard 1966 Street Sweep photographs (2021-21).  Digitization made possible through the generous support of Zane Blaney and John Caldwell.   Courtesy of the...
Topics: Transgender people, Photography, Tenderloin (San Francisco, Calif.), Gay men, Lesbians, Bisexual...