By sharing some of the many stories I hear from my personal experiences hosting Death Cafés and volunteering with Final Exit Network, I hope attendees will be inspired to become more comfortable discussing this stigmatized topic.
Time travel with us to experience the elaborate neon movie marquees that once saturated Market Street near San Francisco’s Tenderloin.
Originally published in Common Ground (May 2004) reprinted in Charmed Lives: Gay Spirit in Storytelling (Lethe Press, 2006)
Originally published in Best Date Ever: True Stories that Celebrate Gay Relationships (Alyson Publications, 2007)
Originally published in I Do, I Don’t: Queers on Marriage (Suspect Thoughts, 2004)
Originally published in Intergeneration: Building Queer Community Across the Ages Through Art (2002)
Originally published in Out Behind the Desk: Workplace Issues for LGBTQ Librarians
Originally published in Identity Envy: Wanting to Be Who We’re Not
Originally published in Love, Castro Street: Reflections of San Francisco
Originally published in Liberating Minds: The Stories and Professional Lives of Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Librarians and Their Advocates