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Queerantine: Being Queer Under Coronavirus

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These are tough times for everyone, but for LGBTQ people the quarantine (or queerantine as I’ve been calling it) presents additional layers of difficulty.  Growing up LGBTQ Promotes Distancing To begin with, most of us who are LGBTQ already grew up feeling isolated and emotionally distant from mainstream society.

Seen as “other,” rejected, vilified and bullied, we’ve learned to seek out a community that we consider our “family of choice” rather than our “family of origin” that may not have been supportive.

We have also learned since childhood that the world is dangerous to be out and open, and now the world really is dangerous due to the pandemic.

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