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Love Makes a Family — and for This Photographer, a Book

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In HOLDING SPACE: Life and Love Through a Queer Lens (Princeton Architectural Press, 223 pp., $29.95), Ryan Pfluger captures the beauty and essence of queer love in all its complexity and spectrums.

When I first saw the images, I was drawn to the bold, unapologetic displays of love — love that is often stereotyped or kept secret.

This is the kind of book that I would have wanted as a young queer woman who had to find my own way, navigating not only what it means to be a Black Jamaican lesbian, but what it means to exist as beloved.

To see joy sparkle in the eyes, around the corners of the mouth; to see bodies fused together in postures of love; to see the tenderness and the vulnerability between couples who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans.

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