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  • Mary L. Gray. ''Out in the Country: Youth, Media, and Queer Visibility in Rural America.'' New York: New York University Press, August 1, 2009 ...This important book shows that, in addition to the spaces of Main Street, rural LGBT youth explore and carve out online spaces to fashion their emerging qu
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  • ...sonates with the queer community of Monroe County, which is itself largely rural. The film has grown to become a major centerpiece of queer celebration in B [[AIDS, ACTIVISM, AND COMMUNITY VISIBILITY: 1981-1991 | '''AIDS and Community Life: the 80s''']] | [[QUEER BLOOMINGTON: 1992-2001 | '''The Queer Decade: the 9
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  • ...derived than the surrounding area. In other regards, it remains typically rural. In spite of the town’s relative diversity, its population is drawn large ...e. Some LGBT people from urban and suburban backgrounds find their way to rural areas as part of intentional communities such as "womyn's land" or "radica
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  • ...tive teachers college embedded in a progressive town within a traditional, rural Appalachian county has affected the individual expressions of sexual and ge ...lent sample for a study on organizational reactions to LGBT populations in rural areas. LGBT campus leaders and national trends influenced the school’s
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  • ...ts. We recognized the importance of balancing tax ratables with quality of life issues such as open space and traffic. We also wanted to take advantage of ...Brewster Farm, helping maintain the rural quality of Ridgefield. It is our rural feeling that many are afraid will be lost forever if we don’t continue to
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  • ...sted RCAP’s third annual National Conference for HIV and STD Prevention in Rural Communities, from April 4th to 6th. [[AIDS, ACTIVISM, AND COMMUNITY VISIBILITY: 1981-1991 | '''AIDS and Community Life: the 80s''']] | [[QUEER BLOOMINGTON: 1992-2001 | '''The Queer Decade: the 9
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  • ...xuality spread, particularly within the gay population. <ref>Staley, "LGBT Life at ASU," 106-107.</ref> This belief has been legitimized by his department [[Appalachian State University LGBT Life, 1969-1978]]
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  • ...h Carolina, located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, remains rural and retains many conservative mores, its university, Appalachian State Univ * [[Appalachian State University LGBT Life]]
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  • [[Appalachian State University LGBT Life, 1979-1988]] ...Boone]] | [[Category:North Carolina -- Watauga County]] | [[Category:Rural Life]] | [[Category:20th century]]
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  • * [[Appalachian State University LGBT Life]] ** [[Appalachian State University LGBT Life, 1999-2009]]
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  • [[Appalachian State University LGBT Life, 1979-1988]] ...Boone]] | [[Category:North Carolina -- Watauga County]] | [[Category:Rural Life]] | [[Category:20th century]]
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  • ...strust of the University by local queers whose lives are more emphatically rural than the University’s proximity might imply. Two years later, after their ...“Town and Gown” animosity between the University and the otherwise largely rural and suburban community.
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  • ** [[Appalachian State University LGBT Life]] ** [[Appalachian State University LGBT Life, 1969-1978]]
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  • Life shifted during the mid-1970s with the university beginning to publicly addr ...Boone]] | [[Category:North Carolina -- Watauga County]] | [[Category:Rural Life]] | [[Category:20th century]] | [[Category:Youth]]
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  • Watauga County's LGBT life outside of Appalachian State University was fairly barren until the mid-199 ...ck demise. <ref>Staley, Kathryn. “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Life at Appalachian State University.” Master’s Thesis, Appalachian State Un
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  • ...David. ''Sowing the American Dream: How Consumer Culture Took Root in the Rural Midwest." Ohio: Ohio University Press, 2000. Pages 182-220. <small>(3)</small> Brown, Ricardo J. ''The Evening Crowd at Kirmser's: A Gay Life in the 1940s. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2001. Page 8.
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  • ...word family back then). Now that our family has expanded to include Paley, life is much more full and poignant. Almost everything she does or says brings t ...ormick's child?" This and my election as an open lesbian in a conservative rural district started the rumor that there was nothing I couldn't do.
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  • ...s, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG)]] | [[Category:Rural Life]] | [[Category:20th century]] | [[Category:21st century]]
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  • * [[LGBT Life in Watauga County, North Carolina, 1990-2009]] * [[Sources for LGBTQ Life in Watauga County, North Carolina]]
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  • ...e women support themselves now based on real estate investments earlier in life, job pensions, and stock market investments. ...oone]] | [[Category:North Carolina -- Watauga County]] | [[Category:Rural Life]] | [[Category:20th century]] | [[Category:21st century]]
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