“When I think of Marsha P. Johnson, I think of someone who kids today who are gay today know nothing about, which is a shame, really, because she’s one of the reasons they’re sitting in all their liberated glory today,” Michael Lynch of Hot Peaches, their drag performance group, says in the documentary. “Marsha paid the price for who she was.” Remember our beginnings. #PrideMonth

Here’s How Stonewall’s Black Trans Pioneer Described That Iconic Night
Long before Roland Emmerich’s highly anticipated Stonewall was screened for journalists and others, LGBT activists of color expressed concerns that the film was too white. They had plenty of reasons to worry. The historical drama, which hits…
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June 09, 2020 at 12:00PM