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Something I wrote for pride season, exploring the pros — and cons — of the LGBT rights movement going mainstream. Check it out at Alternet 6/23/2011
Posted at 09:20 PM in LGBT experience, Politics | Permalink
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This was a great piece! As a SGL man of color who happens to currently work in the gay mainstream non-profit world, I feel so alienated from the work I do because it decidedly excludes struggles lived by members of my own community.
I find the push for marriage equality valid, but the movement itself is writhe with prejudice and elitism that continues to go unexamined.
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