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This actor wants an even playing field for performers of all walks of life.
The case of the #SanAntonioFour captivated the country. Now, they hope to change stereotypes about the LGBTQ community.
Yes, Pride is often hokey, and kitsch and commercial and whatever. But it's ours. It's also diverse and vibrant and enormous and powerful. It's strength and solidarity. It's empowerment in these painful times. And it's a statement that, when we are one, nothing can stop us.
I have to admit that I find history fascinating. Mark Segal's book And Then I Danced (Akashic Books; 2015) is a historic
For me, being different from the rest of the world is one of the most special things about being queer.
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