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1st Person
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In this episode, Michael reminisces about how he met and proposed to his husband, what a seemingly unlikely pair they make, and how they’ve maintained a happy relationship. 1st Person is presented…
In this episode, Frank proves that he’s the most badass 72 year old in New York by sharing tales of his adventures as a New York City cab driver before running out to meet his much younger girlfriend.   Music featured in this episode: “Aphasia” by The Budos Band
In this installment of 1st Person, we meet Morticia, who left her Florida home and southern baptist community for New York City after coming out as a trans woman. Morticia shares what it was like to leave her home and find a supportive environment and what that has meant to her. She also has some advice for any who might be looking to make a big move themselves. Music featured in the episode: “Bonnieview” by Zeus
ABOUT THE SERIES 
CULTURE | We head out into the city to meet people and get their firsthand stories about their own lives and experiences.
Series Producers Jacqueline Soller
Executive Producer J. McVay
Recent Episodes
After struggling to finish high school, Antonina took a break from her education to work on herself. Despite the lack of support she got at that time, she knew it was the right move for her. Now four years later, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Antonina decided she was ready to attend college and is glad she waited until she was in the right mindset to begin.
Music has always been a part of Diana’s life, but she never had the confidence to share her songwriting until she met Crow. He helped her achieve happiness both musically and romantically. When Diana experiences two great losses with less than a decade between them, she finds a way to heal and continue on through music. 1st Person is presented by Urban Outfitters. Music featured in the episode: “All of Me Wants All Of You (Helado Negro Remix)” by Sufjan Stevens
Amanda doesn’t have the best relationship with her father. When she was a child, he preferred partying and doing hard drugs over being a decent dad. Her parents divorced when she was very young, and she didn’t see her father again until she was in grad school. After inviting her to reconnect with him in Paris, Amanda learns that sometimes people don’t change.
Livia shares what she learned from her marriage at a young age and what she is looking for in a partner today.
Erinn talks about how gardening makes her feel connected to her grandmother as well as the others who came before her, and how it is meaningful that today her labor benefits only herself and those of her choosing.
After getting clean, Enzo worked hard to maintain his sobriety with the support of his three pillars — school, the gym, and his relationship.

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