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He Was Born This Way

Juan Acosta fought for progress when all odds were against him.

California-based activist Juan Acosta

It feels weird to interview someone historical.

Weird because they did something profound — such as pass a pro-Pride law in a city with a strong religious community. But even weirder because they’re human: just like you and me.

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Noah Levy

Noah Levy

Don’t sweat the small stuff. Lifelong learner. Sometimes I write satire, but it’s kinda true…Want to say hi? Email me! noahlevywriter@gmail.com

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