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MAB SEGREST on building a Southern freedom movement for all

By Grace Abels July 16, 2020

In 1988, Southern Exposure, the print forerunner to Facing South, published an issue titled “Mint Juleps, Wisteria, and Queers” that focused on lesbian and gay experiences in the South. It featured stories on the budding gay press, lesbian love in the face of military suppression, rural Radical Faerie communities, queer bar culture, and the emerging popularity of drag.  CLICK TO CONTINUE

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