In the summer of 1976, a thin, bearded 23-year-old gay man with braces on his teeth sat on a bench by a pond near the University of Massachusetts, Amherst campus. Looking directly into a camera operated by another gay man two years his junior, this recent college graduate did something radical. He talked about falling in love: "When I was in high school, I thought I was just one of those cold people who would never love anyone. When I fell in love with this guy, it was just . . . it meant so much to me. It meant I was a real person. I... More >>>