2.Real Street Food: Urban Foraging in Los Angeles
3.Teen Born Without Jaw Finds His Voice
4.The Words Matter: One Voice Can Make a Difference
5.Out of the Shadows: Risking Their Careers in the Name of Equality
6.Whose Body Is a Beach Body Anyway?
7.Transitioning as a Family
8.This Transgender Ballerina Is Raising the Bar
9.This Chorus Is Embracing Every Voice
10.This 11-Year-Old Drag Queen Isn’t Afraid to Show His True Colors
11.Roping With Pride in the International Gay Cowboy Association
12.Eradicating Transphobia, One Nail at a Time
13.An Unlikely Activist Finds His Calling
14.They Will See You: LGBTQ+ Visibility in Advertising
15.This 11-Year-Old Drag Queen Isn’t Afraid to Show His True Colors
16.The Reinvention Of Drezus
17.Ángela Ponce Is Making History as Miss Universe’s First Transgender Contestant
18.This Is Latin America’s First Primarily Transgender School
19.Living Beyond the Gender Binary for Centuries
20.Dancing for Freedom in the Middle East
21.How the Rainbow Pride Flag Earned Its (Colorful) Stripes
22.Battle Rap’s First LGBTQ League
23.How a News Anchor Broke the Mold and Found Her Voice
24.This Is the Only Shelter for Refugees in NYC
25.Hip-Hop En Pointe: The Rhythm and Beat of Hiplet
Joey LeMar, better known as Deadlee, is a walking contradiction. On stage, he’s a brash, outspoken cholo rapper with a tendency for angry expression; off-stage, he’s a sensitive, smiling husband to his partner of almost 10 years, José. LeMar straddles the line of two seemingly contradictory cultures, and as a result, has found a unique place in Los Angeles’ LGBTQ and hardcore hip-hop communities.
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