In this oral history conducted by the Rossmoor Lesbian Social Club, Victoria Rue discusses growing up Catholic and her time in Catholic School and in the Convent for a short time. She talks about her first sexual encounter with a woman, living LA and then moving to New York City in 1977 to work in theater. Vitoria discusses getting a Master's of Divinity at Columbia and then a PHD in Berkley, CA and her focus on religion and the arts and exploring her identity as a Christian and a Lesbian. She talks about theater as activism, her involvement in the Women's Music Movement, and her relationship with her partner. She speaks about her relationship to both her family and her partners family.
In this oral history conducted by the Rossmoor Lesbian Social Club, Amy Klitsner discuss her family, early life, her realization that she was a lesbian, her coming out process, and finding community with other women and lesbians.