Steve Martin was born in California in 1966. He moved to Caldwell for high school. He self-identifies as a gay man and came out twice, at ages 23 and 26. In the mid- to late-1990s, Martin became involved in LGBTQ activities and organizations. Preferring the word "advocate" over "activist," he was part of The Community Center, and Your Family, Friends and Neighbors. He discusses plays and activities of Spontaneous Productions, a gay community theatre group. He works for the Pride Foundation.
Catholic, gay marriage, Matthew Shepard, Don't Ask Don't Tell, The Community Center, Spontaneous Productions, Your Family Friends and Neighbors, gay theater, human rights, gender equality, The Balcony, Triangle, Bar Gernika, Flying M Cafe
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