Questions for LGBTQ Worldmaking
Edited By Dustin Bradley Goltz and Jason Zingsheim
26. Staying Ugly
DUSTIN BRADLEY GOLTZ AND KIMBERLEE PÉREZ
KIMBERLEE: I never intended to cut you, to reduce you, but I see now that I have.
DUSTY: I never intended to cut you, to reduce you, but I see now that I have.
KIMBERLEE: The you that walks with shame, the you that is vulnerable, that plays unwaveringly, that cares deeply about the collective.
DUSTY: I see that people project a lot of shit onto you,
KIMBERLEE: that sometimes I join them. And that blows. That hurts.
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