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For National Coming Out Day, Drunk History Paid Poignant Homage to Martha P. Johnson and the Stonewall Riots

Drunk History celebrated National Coming Out Day the only way it knew how: By having a seriously inebriated Crissle West retell the story of trans woman and activist Marsha P. Johnson and her role in the Stonewall Riots. And while it featured the typical occasional misstatement—not to mention some glorious slurring of otherwise empowering sentiments—the segment somehow managed to balance the amusingly absurd with the genuinely poignant.
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