"Positive Negative" Virtual Pride Gallery

26 June 2020 ● less than 1 min read ● 3 images


A virus cannot discriminate. It cannot be racist or homophobic or classist or ableist.

For the queer community, coronavirus is a grim reminder of the lingering AIDS epidemic. Another sickness that kills from the bottom while despots martyr us with inaction.

Queer and trans people survive not as individuals, but as a community. Our community is represented on this flag and on these walls. Our identities are art. Our pride is a revolution.




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