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Ten years ago on March 29, 2010, Puerto Rican superstar Ricky Martin rocked the world when he came out. His announcement was also seen as an important moment for representation in Latin music as one of the scene’s most high-profile acts to join the community.“I am very proud to say that I’m a fortunate homosexual man,” Martin wrote on his official website. “I am very blessed to be who I am.”At the time, Martin had conquered both the pop and Latin music worlds in English and Spanish.

In his statement, he acknowledged that people close to him were advising against his coming out and saying, “All the years you’ve worked and everything you’ve built will collapse.”Every culture is ingrained with a form of toxic masculinity.

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