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"The motivation to write about Alyx was not only because I have more and more friends who come out as gender queer..."
"I like taking that fear and turning it on its ear, making people think about how they feel about people who are different from themselves."
"When I wrote about them, I was just trying to tell the stories of their lives at that moment. I hope they are happy wherever they are."
"Some personal highlights have been meeting people—musicians, actors, writers, producers, directors—who not only know exactly what AfterEllen is but tell me how much they love it."
"I wanted to start a show where I could take writers and performers whom I thought were brilliant, help them develop their work, and get them seen and discovered."
Eric Charles May
"For me, I didn’t feel like I was writing against anything, but I wanted to make sure that these characters, like all the other characters, are seen in the full width and breadth of their humanity."
"Then the escorting stuff started happening and the experiences were a little odd, some of them, and they would really stand out."
Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore
"I think that the queer voices that mean something to me are almost always shut out of mainstream gay and straight discourse."
"Stylistically I’m very much a Fitzgerald, who was really two writers packed into one..."
"In the past, if there was a comic with a queer character, it became a queer comic because the mainstream wouldn’t necessarily touch it."
St. Sukie de la Croix
"Chicago has always been a city of artists and writers, I’m just pointing out that a lot of them were LGBT. I think that’s important."
"It is not so much about my hair, but I had to put that in there because it is probably my number-one question on Twitter."
Gary and Larry Lane
"[Our boyfriends] have mixed us up a few times, but found out before anything happened!"
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