LGBTQIA+ Oral History Archives

Tina White, Part 1

Tina tried for 55 years to live life as a man. After finally coming to terms with her identity, she has never looked back.

Interview Date:  August 20, 2020

Interviewer:  Rachael Muir

Interview Length (HH:MM): 0:55

Topics Covered: Community Needs / Services | Equity / Diversity / Privilege | Identity / Intersectionality | LGBTQ Childhoods | LGBTQ Groups / Organizations / Resources | Moving to the South / WNC | Rebuilding - Friends / Family / Community | Self-Acceptance / Depression / Inner Struggles

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Introduction | “How would you describe yourself, Tina?” | “What brought you to Western North Carolina, and how long have you been here?” | Intersectionality “Have you seen things that have changed in a negative fashion?” Desired Changes in the Community | Tina White’s Childhood | An Inner Struggle | Community Organizations and Support Groups | Forming an Identity | Asheville Organizations | Community Strife | Privilege | Final thoughts for Part 1

Outline of the Interview

Introduction | "How would you describe yourself, Tina?" | "What brought you to Western North Carolina, and how long have you been here?" | Intersectionality | "Have you seen things that have changed in a negative fashion?" | Desired Changes in the Community | Tina White's Childhood | An Inner Struggle | Community Organizations and Support Groups | Forming an Identity | Asheville Organizations | Community Strife | Privilege

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