The Lesbian Experience With Torie Osborn. An elderly woman describes what it was like to be a lesbian in the 1920's. Lesbian feminist theorist Charlotte Bunch defines lesbian feminism and lesbian separatism in 1978. Founders of the Daughters of Bilitis discuss the lesbian sub-culture of the 1940's and 1950's. Pat Parker reads her poem dedicated to Anita Bryant, 1977. Audre Lord discusses her novel," Zami, A New Spelling of My Name." Produced by Brian DeShazor and Mark Torres.
The Lesbian Experience With Torie Osborn.
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Los Angeles, Pacifica Radio Archives, 2001
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