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Today, we need to talk about one of the largest medical disasters in recent history that we almost never talk about. Let’s talk about the people who thought they would die, had the state do nothing, and fought like hell to demand their right to exist.
The past is rife with stories of those who loved or identified as what we would call part of the LGBTQ+ umbrella. This series covers these stories:
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