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DANNY LEE WYNTER

Art can’t always save us from the idiotic homophobes

OPINION

A COUPLE OF MONTHS AGO, in this column, I mused on recent experiences of homophobia I’d encountered which highlighted how far we still have to go in our fight for equality. Since then, a further incident has led me to reconsider the mindset of the perpetrators of homophobia.

Early this year a friend invited me to see Frank Ocean at Lovebox. Four months later we’re standing in a field waiting for Frank to arrive.

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