Five interracial gay and lesbian couples discuss their relationships. Aspects include how and when race and oppression come up in arguments, pressures from family, and societal expectations placed upon both gays/lesbians and people of color. The couples, most of whom are identified by first name only, are Warren, a Black man, and his lover Steve, a white man; Anita, a Black woman in a relationship with a white woman, Kerry (unsure of spelling); June, an Asian woman in a relationship with Rita Romero, a Latina woman; Paul Chen, an Asian man and his lover, Chris Gaynor; and Jeanette, a Black lesbian in a relationship with a white woman, Meredith Hanks. Hosted by Helene Rosenbluth and David Fradkin. Gay Day 1981.
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