Spencer P speaking on the topic of - I Didn't Want to Come to AA - LGBTQ

This audio sounds slightly muffled, it is clearly understandable but you might need to crank the volume a bit

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Ron N (sober 14 years) speaking at A Bit Off-the-Wall in 2009, he is a pretty funny guy - LGBT.

This sounds a bit hollow but its listenable, the sound quality is better in the first half than the second half. I had to do lots of noise removal on this one so the voice is ok, but it did make the applause sound a bit wierd.

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Barry L. from New York, NY speaking at the Gay Lesbian convention in Minneapolis MN - June 29th 1985. Barry is the author of the book, Living Sober

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Brenda J. sober 17 years, from Tampa FL. a recovering "lesbian - hispanic - catholic - alcholic - drug addict", speaking at the Womens Serenity Weekend Fall Conf. in Cocoa Beach FL. 2007.

This recording has popping sound going on, that if I removed it, made the sound way too muddled its noticable but not enough to make this unlistenable, and she is a wise, funny and humble woman with a speak that should be heard.

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Julie L - An amusing Irish woman that is a very happy customer. Repost from 4/30, this is another that deserves a wider audience

The locals used to call it maggots corner. 

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Marty M author of the chapter - Women Suffer Too, sober in 1940, she is one of the first female members of AA and was the first lesbian member of AA. This is her last talk given in 1960, she passed away in 1980.

I had to do much processing to this audio file to remove heavy background noise, as a result the voice is much cleaner, however that type of processing makes the applause sound like a jet flying overhead, there were a couple of places the applause was sustained, I shortened those applause sections.

Wikipedia page about Marty M: https://goo.gl/6j6NX4

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Barry L sober in 1952 (author of the book Living Sober) speaking in 1968 on the topic of the 12 traditions.

At about the 45 min mark the quality of the recording changes a, it is still very listenable but it almost sounds like the second half is a different recording there is a moment of repetition like it was a bad splice from tape... fyi

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Mary R. from Los Angeles CA speaking at the Sacramento gay lesbian River City Roundup on an unknown date

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-- This is another of our earlier episodes originally posted on 4/22, this guy is one of my favorite speakers and will make you laugh. --

Leslie is a very funny guy that carries a great message about learning to live the steps. Is he gay or just european?

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Since its the last 2 days of Pride month I thought a couple of LGBTQ speaks might be in order.

This is a panel discussion meeting at the 2015 International Convention of AA in Atlanta 7/4/2015

Topic: Lesbians/Gays in A.A. - Gay Alcoholic or Alcoholic Who Happens to be Gay

The first speaker is Heywood who got sober in 1966 followed by Gina B then Ron from Gerogia, and after that a few people from the floor.

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Since its the last 2 days of Pride month I thought a couple of LGBTQ speaks might be in order.

Gabriel and Tony T leading the People of Color countdown workshop at the Living Sober Roundup, they lead the meeting sharing for about 5 min each, then open the meeting up for discussion. 2014

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Kevin telling his story at Sunday Night Speakers in Seattle on 4.23.17

The doctor said, dont drink so much!

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John grew up in San Francisco, he has lived and worked in many countries, he is speaking in Leusden Netherlands at Experience Strength & Hope (08/16/2003). 

I really enjoyed this guys speak, he tends to jump around a bit when it comes to topics, I didnt care and fyi... the recording sounds slightly hollow.

AA has no opinion on outside issues, I have plenty of them.

FYI - A few f-bombs on this one, this makes me happy, if it does not make you happy, skip it.

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Lesbians-Gays in AA-Being a Part of AA as a Whole in Atlanta, AA International 2015 - 7/4/2015

Held in the 8,000 seat Hall

Chair: Eric L- CA
Jeanette H- NC
Tim B- Hong Kong
Rosemary R- GA

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Patty O. - I heard her speak at a meeting on Saturday night and really loved her message of hope mixed with a great sense of humor, this speak is Patty from a few years ago.

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