What LGBT icon should be on a postage stamp?
Feb 24, 2011
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“Freddie Mercury. He had a powerful stage presence. I admired his courage to be flamboyant at a time when it wasn’t as accepted [as today]. His voice was strong, and his music was beautiful. I’ve always been drawn to his music.”
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"Truman Capote. 'In Cold Blood' is my favorite novel of all time. I'd also like to say Dave Kopay. He was the first NFL football player to come out. Putting him on a stamp would really help show the diversity within the LGBT community."
“Virginia Woolf and Gertrude Stein. They’re my idols. I wrote my under-graduate thesis on Virginia Woolf. She had a great way of describing everyday life in her writings.”
"Keith Haring. The sheer volume of his artwork inspired me. And he continued producing art right up to his death. The contributions of Keith Haring are universally recognized, and he should be honored by our government [with a stamp]."