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Why am I wearing purple today?

I’m wearing purple for those we have lost to homophobia. For anyone who has suffered due to their perceived or actual sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. For those who have been bullied.  For those who have been told … Continue reading

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say it; you never know who is(n’t) listening.

you are not alone you never were even when you didn’t know it even when you were not lonely we were here even when we were silent even when we were scared locked up put away afraid to say we … Continue reading

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Wise Words on How to Have the Hard Conversations

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Swing Out Buenos Aires

It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing… Swing Out Buenos Aires is a wonderful group of fun-loving and talented people who welcome all with open arms, switching up the roles and dancing the long Argentine nights away.  … Continue reading

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Brandon

One of my favorite places in Buenos Aires, Casa Brandon offers the LGBT community a safe space for events and activities, from parties to Drag Night to an evening hosted by local dance group Swing Out Buenos Aires.

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DISEÑO POSITIVO – Vickarola

“Queen of pop. Conocida por reinventar su imagen, por la ambición, innovación y provocación en sus vídeos musicales y espectáculos. por el uso de símbolos políticos, religiosos y sexuales a lo largo de su carrera. La cultura homosexual se ve … Continue reading

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