Oral History with Larry Levine

Abstract

Larry discussed growing up in the Maryland suburbs and his attachment to the DC metropolitan area. He then talked about coming out, and his experience being out professionally in the 1980s. Larry also discussed his experience with the Couples Support group in the late 80s and early 90s. He then moved on to talk about his relationship with his husband, and the health struggles his husband has faced. He spoke on their marriage, and how it impacted the course of his life. Finally, Larry talked about the changes in the queer community in recent years and how his relationship with being out as a gay man has been impacted by what he views as an increasingly hostile climate.

Date

Interviewer

William Curtis

Transcription

No

Original Format

Audio available, (28:48/36:38), 26.2 MB/33.4 MB

Citation

“Oral History with Larry Levine,” Rainbow History Project Digital Collections, accessed April 19, 2024, https://archives.rainbowhistory.org/items/show/1825.

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