Queer Voices

March 1st 2023 Queer Voices

March 01, 2023 Queer Voices
March 1st 2023 Queer Voices
Queer Voices
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Queer Voices
March 1st 2023 Queer Voices
Mar 01, 2023
Queer Voices

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LGBT Historian University of Houston -- Growing up lesbian 60-70's memoir

We speak with Joyce Gabiola, LGBT History Research Collections Librarian at the University of Houston. The LGBT History Research Collection includes personal papers, organizational records, publications, and library collections that preserve and promote the collective understanding of Houston’s and the region’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender communities and service organizations. Materials document the communities’ cultural, social, and political activism, and the personal experiences of community members. UH Libraries is an active member of Houston ARCH, the Houston Area Rainbow Collective History organization.


Guest: Joyce Gabiola
https://libraries.uh.edu/locations/special-collections/lgbt/

Then, we speak with author Patricia Grayhall about her memoir "Making the Rounds". In this unflinching and riveting coming-of-age memoir, Patricia Grayhall chronicles her journey from believing she is the only lesbian in Arizona to dipping her toes into dating in San Francisco, attending medical school in Salt Lake City as one of only five women in a class of one hundred, and completing an internship as the only woman in her cohort in Boston. Battling sexism in a male-dominated profession, she plunges into a life that is never boring—and certainly never without passion.

​Guest: Patricia Grayhall
https://www.patriciagrayhall.com

 

Queer Voices airs in Houston Texas on 90.1FM KPFT and is heard as a podcast here. Queer Voices hopes to entertain as well as illuminate LGBTQ issues in Houston and beyond. Check out our socials at:

https://www.facebook.com/QueerVoicesKPFT/ and
https://www.instagram.com/queervoices90.1kpft/

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LGBT Historian University of Houston -- Growing up lesbian 60-70's memoir

We speak with Joyce Gabiola, LGBT History Research Collections Librarian at the University of Houston. The LGBT History Research Collection includes personal papers, organizational records, publications, and library collections that preserve and promote the collective understanding of Houston’s and the region’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender communities and service organizations. Materials document the communities’ cultural, social, and political activism, and the personal experiences of community members. UH Libraries is an active member of Houston ARCH, the Houston Area Rainbow Collective History organization.


Guest: Joyce Gabiola
https://libraries.uh.edu/locations/special-collections/lgbt/

Then, we speak with author Patricia Grayhall about her memoir "Making the Rounds". In this unflinching and riveting coming-of-age memoir, Patricia Grayhall chronicles her journey from believing she is the only lesbian in Arizona to dipping her toes into dating in San Francisco, attending medical school in Salt Lake City as one of only five women in a class of one hundred, and completing an internship as the only woman in her cohort in Boston. Battling sexism in a male-dominated profession, she plunges into a life that is never boring—and certainly never without passion.

​Guest: Patricia Grayhall
https://www.patriciagrayhall.com

 

Queer Voices airs in Houston Texas on 90.1FM KPFT and is heard as a podcast here. Queer Voices hopes to entertain as well as illuminate LGBTQ issues in Houston and beyond. Check out our socials at:

https://www.facebook.com/QueerVoicesKPFT/ and
https://www.instagram.com/queervoices90.1kpft/