A conversation with Samantha, who was outed as a lesbian to her parents by a teacher at her school, about the turmoil this has created in her life. She talks about being rejected by some of the most important people in her life after they learned she was gay, and how that experience has inspired her to be a leader in her local LGBTQ community.
This show is the first in a new series on the experiences of LGBTQ teens in Maine. This episode features a conversation with high school junior AJ, who identifies as gender-neutral. AJ discusses the challenges of not identifying as either a girl or a boy, and the value of finding allies within a new school.
An interview with Betsy Parsons on her decision to come out as a teacher in the Portland public schools. [Read more…]
An interview with Darlene Huntress from Equality Maine on the impact of denying marriage to same sex couples. [Read more…]
An interview with lesbian mom Jen Hodsden and her 11 year old daughter Soleil about the impact of homophobia on their lives. [Read more…]