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Discussing the book "The celluloid closet: homosexuality in the movies" with the author Vito Russo.
Quentin Crisp, author of many works about gays in Britain and the United States and, notably, about "coming out" as gay in England in the 1930s, discusses homosexuality and his experiences.
Discussing the book, "Gay American History: Lesbians and Gay Men in the U.S.A.: A Documentary," and interviewing its author, Jonathan Katz.
Although the title of the group specifies gays lesbians are also included in this heartfelt, 1982, discussion with four parents who are active in Parents and Friends of Gays and how this group offers support to parents and children coming out. Discussions cross race and class boundaries on coming out and include issues of repercussions, acceptance, guilt, stigma, and how trust and love can offer a bridge to a larger understanding of sexual identity. Learn of the courage, self-knowledge, and self-acceptance required of both parents and children in the process of coming out.