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Why LGBTQ Journalists Are More Important Than Ever Now

There’s this great scene in The Paper, a 1994 film about 24 hours in the life of the hardworking reporters and editors at a financially strapped New York City tabloid newspaper.The newroom’s top boss, Robert Duvall, tells a story of running up a huge restaurant tab he couldn’t afford with friends as a young man and then being unexpectedly rescued by Pablo Picasso.When his number two in command, played by Glenn Close, asks him for his point, Duvall tells her, “Well, the people we cover, we move

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