Out Our Way
Gay & Lesbian Life in Rural Canada
Publisher: Between the Lines
Year Published: 1998 First Published: 1996
Pages: 199pp ISBN: 1-896357-05-9
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: Michael Riordon
Explores the richly varied life experience of gay and lesbian Canadians living in small towns and rural areas across the country. Travelling 27,000 km and recording more than 300 conversations, the author distills stories of people aged fifteen to eighty-one, including First Nations/Two-Spirited, people living with HIV/AIDS, individuals, couples, communes, and a range of chosen families. Riordon includes his own experience and his partner's in rural eastern Ontario.
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