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Track #6 from Kinsey: A Memoir, by yours truly, Roy Kinsey, is an offering to my parents. I was raised by two strong black women, who would take us to see Black Queer Show stoppers like Ruff N Stuff, Otis Mack, and Trina Tru Luv, during Pride Month at Montrose in the late 90's, earl;y 2000's. I am so lucky to have had parents who were graceful and revolutionary, raising a family. More importantly, we were surrounded by their friends, and understood how important it was that we see and know that their were black queer families around just like us.

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