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Pride Is Not a Memorial

Queer struggles are not rooted firmly in the past

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Those with even a tangential knowledge of the queer community are likely aware of the current discourse surrounding the future of Pride as an event.




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Alexander Petrovnia

Alexander Petrovnia

I am a disabled trans man who primarily writes about feminism, queer history, trans issues, science communication, healthy masculinity and public health.

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