To All The Queer People I’ve Judged Before

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It’s Pride Month, a time to celebrate the freedom to love who you want to love, and to be who you are without fear or shame. It is a time for displays of people casting off the shroud of who society wishes they were, and celebrations of creating a larger community. Parades happen. We remember the ones who came before us, the ones who lifted parking meters, who got arrested, who died fighting, who acted, who spoke…




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