Jun 8, 2021Liked by Line Editor

Some excellent perspective here. As a friend to LGBTQ folks but rarely privvy to conversations like this one that go on inside the community, I often wonder how the shifting public presentation of the movement is being accepted by those who have been around for a while. How do you draw the line between performative and legitimate?How do you avoid being gatekeepers?

I was especially curious to hear what my gay friends thought of BLM basically holding the Toronto parade hostage some years back.Like,is that cool considering the common goal to be proud of your heritage/sexual orientation, or was that a bad case of interloping?

Loved hearing a perspective here that I'm not often privvy to.

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One comment regarding the 1995 charter of rights comment, I'm assuming by gender he meant sex. Back then gender and sex were interchangeable terms.

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