LGBTQ+ Oral History Project

Interviewee

Max Dare
Ernest Marc

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Interviewer

Jessica Merrick; University of South Florida Libraries -- Florida Studies Center.|Oral History Program; University of South Florida -- Tampa Library

Publisher

University of South Florida Libraries

Date

2009-03-02

Publication Date

Summer 7-20-2009

Abstract

This is an oral history interview with two gay men who live in a gay/lesbian retirement community in Florida, the first such community in the United States. Both interviewees tell their life stories, discussing their ex-wives, children, and careers and describing how they came out (voluntarily revealed their sexual orientation) later in life. Most of the interview focuses on life in the community: relationships with neighbors, social activities, etc.

Keywords

Sexual Minorities, Lesbians, Gay Men, Gays, Retirement Communities, Oral History, Community Life

Description

1 transcript (32 p.)

Subject: topical

Sexual Minorities; Lesbians; Gay Men; Gays, Retirement Communities; Oral History; Community Life

Subject: geographic

Florida

Language

English

Type

Text

Genre

Oral histories

Format

application/pdf

Notes

The audio for this oral history is not available. Interviewee names are pseudonyms, used by request of the interviewer.

Holding Location

University of South Florida

Collection

LGBTQ+ Oral History Project

Identifier

L34-00001

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Rights Statement

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