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Astrology can change people’s lives in as much as people are willing to do the work that is necessary for them to change their own life. Our overarching theme for our Pride month coverage this year is #TheFutureIsQueer. What does a queer and inclusive future would look and feel like to you? I’m thinking that a queer future is one that ― wherever we are, whatever region we’re in ― the people who are on the margins, the people who have had to face the most systemic injustice and violence, [can] be brought into the center. And that the leadership comes from that place. So I’m talking about a world that is addressing and healing anti-blackness, transphobia, the violence that has been done against for centuries to all aboriginal communities and first nations communities, really addressing and having leadership from the folks who have historically been disenfranchised in these unjust systems and having queer leadership that looks very different than what we’ve had thus far. And also just the recognition of the work that black and brown and indigenous folks, especially queer, especially trans, two-spirited, have done and have always been doing, the centuries of work and love and care that they’ve brought into our communities and communities in general, and just the talent and the time and the labor. Pride often just makes me so sad because of the way it’s just taken over by the same systems that has been battling against. Pride often just makes me so sad because of the way it’s just taken over by the same systems that we have been battling against. And I’m sick of it; I think a lot of people are.
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