Kirsten Griffith is a thirty-six year old woman living in Portland Maine. In this interview, she discusses her life from her early childhood up to the present day. Kirsten is part of the LGBTQ community and identifies as a femme lesbian. She is active in Portland Maine’s LGBTQ community and works with Pride Portland, the Equality Community Center and Maine Trans-net. Kirsten is a full-time student at Mount Holyoke and is the primary caregiver of her younger brother. Kirsten discusses living in California, learning about her sexuality, and her involvement in community projects through this interview.
Femme, butch, lesbian, LGBTQ, Maine, Portland, Pride Portland, Maine Transgender Network, Equality Community Center, San Fransisco, chosen family, education, California.
History of Gender | Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies | Oral History | Women's Studies
Gibson, Beth, "Griffith, Kirsten" (2019). Querying the Past: LGBTQ Maine Oral History Project Collection. 60.
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