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“Love is love” is a lie: How sentiments of equality cover up harsh queer realities

If you’re straight, my love is harder than your love. My love is being afraid of everyone from waiters to apartment managers. My love is always knowing where the exit is, always wondering if it’s worth it, the constant fear. 
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