LGBTQ

Love is Louder

Carolyn Lee Kidd Every school has kids who are donned: The Drama Kids. Needless to say I am one of them, but at my school, the drama kids, the guys at least,do not exactly fit into the stereotypical flamboyantly gay stereotype that seems to plagued the media, and to some extent Broadway itself. Rather the

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Mr. Macho Guy

Piko Jr. Ah Sam

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People Like Me

Lea Fakava & Alo Ativalu

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Normal

Neo Veavea

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You’re not Alone

Terrenz Vong

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All of Me

Manumalo Ala’ilima

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When They Knew

Jose Bettencourt

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Follow Your Heart and Accept Yourself

Michael Sekona

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Untitled

riKu Matsuda In August, 1977, I was delivered at home in Garden Grove, California, by a midwife named Woody. Woody assigned my sex as female, and my mother gave me a girl’s name to match. According to my birth certificate, I am Oriental (via my mother) and Caucasian (via my father). And although I have

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