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Actor Billy Porter talks about living in New York during the AIDS crisis, gender identity, and queer visibility in the media.

‘A plague that nobody wanted to talk about’: Billy Porter on AIDS crisis and art creating political change

Actor Billy Porter talks about living in New York during the AIDS crisis, gender identity, and queer visibility in the media.

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