The Queer Issue

Pushing Boundaries in 2009

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1. Jeff Keith said... on May 10, 2009 at 03:32PM

“I LOVED your Queer Issue! Putting the pregnant man from Oregon on the cover was a brilliant way to remind us of the diversity of our LGBTQ community/communities. It tells us that we are now in the 21st century, and many things are possible that we might not have imagined possible in the 1960s and 70s.
My boyfriend and I are both in subgroups that too often get marginalized, me because I'm "old" (64 years young, 38 years in the gay community) and he because he's deaf. I imagine that we probably make a rather "queer" sight ourselves when we walk down the street together.
Thanks again for the Queer Issue.
Jeff Keith, South Philadelphia
daytime phone, not for publication 215-239-3433”


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