Telling our family stories can be liberating, uneventful, isolating, and even dangerous. How do we reclaim power in the telling? Why do LGBTQ family legacies matter? In this moving episode we talk about how we bridge the gaps of our queer homes and the rest of the world.
Meet our Guest:
Molly Pearson is from Lincoln, Nebraska, and currently resides in St. Louis. She is pursuing dual master's degrees in Social Work and Social Policy at Washington University, focusing on LGBTQ+ policy and community building. As a second-generation queer woman, she is currently developing an oral history podcast project on her family's queer legacy. Molly is a member of Family Equality Council's Outspoken Generation program.