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martes, 20 de junio de 2017

San Francisco – the culture of the Castro, in pictures

San Francisco – the culture of the Castro, in pictures
- They were super gregarious,” recalls Nicoletta of Milk and his partner, Scott Smith. “I was enchanted with how friendly they were.” So enchanted, in fact, that he didn’t realise he was being cruised. “I was new to all that,” Nicoletta laughs. “I had grown up in an environment that was not pro-gay. There was a lot of confusion around Catholicism. I was pretty vulnerable. Suddenly I was in this kissing and hugging fest, surrounded by people who were in the process of creating a better world for LGBT people. I quickly discarded the self-loathing.”