The radical practice gained attention at the start of the pandemic, but participants have discovered that building horizontal relationships is easier said than done.
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A queer Singaporean artist in Taiwan embraces their identity by finding a way through Drag to express creativity and gender fluidity without fear of being censored.
The poet and his poetry spans cultures and continents, shaped by the ebb and flow of memory and migration. He speaks to and for generations of restless souls seeking identity and belonging along the shores of their lives.