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Becca Blackwell by Jim Fletcher
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The actors chat about performing masculinity, transitioning, and Blackwell’s one-person show They, Themself and Schmerm.

We Are Orlando by niv Acosta
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 ”Orlando is a queer AND racial issue AFTER a gun control, Islamophobia, and mental health issue.”

We Are Orlando by Corrine Fitzpatrick
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“We need a new word, because neither ‘hate’ nor ‘terror’ will suffice.”

We Are Orlando by Gerard & Kelly
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“I don’t know how to pray so I cry.”

We Are Orlando by Carlos Motta
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“Queerness is a political force powered by anger.”

We Are Orlando by David Everitt Howe
Joaquim Pinto by Paul Dallas
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Portuguese cinema, dealing with illness, and “the tissue connecting the cosmic and the corporeal.”

Keith Haring: Languages by Andrew Blackley, Johanna Burton & Scott Treleaven
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Ciphers, graffiti hieroglyphs, and lateral communication.

Lavender Country by Andrew Aylward
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Patrick Haggerty discusses his country upbringing, relationship with his father and creating country music’s first openly gay album.

Daniel Harris’s The Rise and Fall of Gay Culture by Gary Indiana
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It’s a truly unexpected pleasure to find a first-rate writer explicating a subject that is not only sprawlingly large but exceptionally clouded by obfuscation, emotionalism, and political pieties.

Sarah Schulman by Milyoung Cho
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Sarah Schulman, author of Empathy, speaks of the separation of activism from writing and the consequences of being assigned a marginal identity.

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