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Queer Stereotypes Redefined

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Wynnie

Worcester, MA
United States
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I volunteered to help refugees in my hometown pass the US Citizenship Examination.
Why are you participating?: 

Labels have challenged me my entire life - this project is amazing and really intrigued me!

Fiona

Boston, MA
United States
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I bake birthday cakes and cupcakes for everyone I love. I love to make people smile by baking something yummy for them.

Ryan

MA
United States
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I support and advocate for people who have severe mental health challenges and trauma to live the life they want and follow their dreams.
Why are you participating?: 

I believe that queer people have the right to be heard, loved, and protected and to choose the life they want to live.

Rosa

Rutland, MA
United States
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After guys on motorcycles tried to terrorize me at a BLM protest I reached out to the community so that our next BLM protest had a full motorcycle escort. They didn't dare mess with the second march.

Natalie

Leominster, MA
United States
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I'm the proud state representative from Leominster fighting for debt-free public higher ed access and former rape crisis counselor speaking up for sexual violence and domestic violence survivors.

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