Interview: ‘A place for us’: Oklahoma home to 3 of 21 lesbian bars in U.S.
An interview with David Bartle of NonDoc about one of only two cities in North America with three lesbian bars: Oklahoma City!
Interview: The number of gay bars has dwindled. A new generation plans to bring them back
An interview with Casey Parks of the Washington Post
Interview: James Bond walks into a gay bar. But should he?
An interview with Matt Lavietes for NBC News https://www.nbcnews.com/nbc-out/out-life-and-style/james-bond-walks-gay-bar-rcna3115
Interview: Gay Barchives Ep. #45
Honored to be included in Art Smith’s fantastic series on gay bars gone by, Gay Barchives. Our conversation included The City Nightclub (Portland, Oregon); Tracks (Washington, D.C.), The Garden of Allah (Seattle, Washington); and still-going-strong bars like The White Horse (Oakland, California) and DTM (Helsinki, Finland).
NPR conversation: Why Gay Bars Matter
On August 16th I was a guest on KERA’s program Think with Krys Boyd to discuss “Why Gay Bars Matter,” along with reporter Miguel Perez.
Article: Anticipated Stigma and Self-Racialization: From Alcohol Flush Reaction to Panethnic Asian Glow.￼
Published with Alexandra Hamada OC ‘13, Karl Orozco OC ‘13, and Han Guel Jung OC ‘14 in Deviant Behavior. These former students formulated the research question and executed the research while taking my SOCI 428: Alcohol and Culture seminar; I gave an assist in the framing and writeup. Although the biomedical processes of the alcohol…
Interview: There are roughly two dozen lesbian bars in the United States. The ones that are left are evolving to survive
Interview with Alicia Wallace of CNN Business
Interview: How America’s Last Lesbian Bars Survived the Pandemic
Interview with Kriston Capps of Bloomberg City Lab
Interview: Chasing ‘Phantoms of the Past’: 8 Gay and Lesbian Bar Archivists on Preserving LGBTQ+ Nightlife History
Interview with Dave Infante for VinePair
Interview: 21 lesbian bars remain in America. Owners share why they must be protected
Interview with Joshua Barajas and colleagues at PBS Newshour https://www.pbs.org/newshour/arts/21-lesbian-bars-remain-in-the-america-owners-share-why-they-must-be-protected