“Interviews are not like books, because people’s lives are not like books,” says Martin Meeker, director of The Bancroft Library’s Oral History Center. “They go off in different directions.” For full story click here.
Republican Tyler Deaton has known he was attracted to men as far back as he can remember. When he was four or five, he would draw himself marrying another man. “I knew I was different in that way before I’d ever even been taught it was wrong,” he says. Deaton was part of a conservative evangelical Christian family living in Georgia. He was taught to live by the Bible as the literal word of God. And he did, in a lot of ways. But he also knew that he was gay and that it wasn’t going to change. For full story click here.