Friday, August 14, 2015

Quote of the Day

When we speak of gaydar, it's more than those obvious and cliche signifiers.  We're picking up something more sublime, yet infinitely more powerful: those invisible scars and war paint on our faces; those tribal values tinted in our eyes that say to one another: I have been where you have been, I know the darkness and the closed door, I have hurt as you have hurt, but I know the light, I am who you are, I believe what you believe.

-- Richard Blanco, The Out List, p. 11

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