Why LGBTQIA+ Representation Matters

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When I was fourteen, I realized I liked girls.

The only thing I knew about the LGBT+ community was that lesbians were girls who liked girls, gay men were into other men, and bisexual people liked both genders. The reason I knew such facts was because of queer representation on…

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I’m a self-discovery writer: I write as I grow, make mistakes, and learn. It’s a celebration of humanness.

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