LGBTQIA+ Oral History Archives

Dan Coleman 

Interview Date:  September 20, 2019

Interviewer:  Patrick Bahls

Interview Length (HH:MM): 01:31

Topics Covered: Coming Out / Early Experiences | Inclusion / Safe & Welcoming Spaces | LGBTQ Groups / Organizations / Resources | LGBTQ Yesterday Today Tomorrow | LGBTQ at School | On Being LGBTQ | Parents & Family | Rebuilding - Friends / Family / Community | Rural v Urban LGBTQ | Self-Acceptance / Depression / Inner Struggles

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Western North Carolina native | Living Queer in the South, Coming Out Journey | Accepting My Gay Identity; Seeking LGBTQ Resources | Locating Allies in High School and Self- Actualization | LGBTQ Inclusion at UNC Asheville and Building a Queer Family | Rural LGBTQ Identity, Assimilating, and an Evolving Landscape | The Fear of Coming Out to Your Parents; Managing Family Expectations | How Things Have Changed, Teaching in a Private vs Public School Environment | Wishes for Future LGBTQ Community Building

Outline of the Interview

Western North Carolina native | Living Queer in the South, Coming Out Journey | Accepting My Gay Identity; Seeking LGBTQ Resources | Locating Allies in High School and Self- Actualization | LGBTQ Inclusion at UNC Asheville and Building a Queer Family | Rural LGBTQ Identity, Assimilating, and an Evolving Landscape | The Fear of Coming Out to Your Parents; Managing Family Expectations | How Things Have Changed, Teaching in a Private vs Public School Environment | Wishes for Future LGBTQ Community Building

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