|What does it mean to be 'Gay in America'?|
|Written by Laura Douglas-Brown|
|Friday, 26 November 2010 10:02|
The Associated Press interviewed 10 gay and lesbian people from around the country to create an interactive snapshot of the issues we face.
I was honored to be chosen as one of the 10, and have spent the morning enjoying the interviews with the other nine, who range from a Dominican immigrant in New York to a city councilman in Fort Worth to a gay teen in California.
In the videos, each of us responds to two questions:
1. What do you think people have the hardest time understanding about your life as a gay person in America?
2. In light of your personal circumstances, how has being gay affected your life?
These interviews are highly personal, and the answers vary widely. Take a look, and share how you would answer these questions.
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