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09 July 2010

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FREELEO

I've loved that poem for a few years. It's nice to see it evolve.

Derrick from Philly

Fabulous.

Could it be possible that eventhough the "Ball Children" never achieved the personal fame/fortune of Rappers their influence in popular American culture was just as powerful? When you look at music videos over the last 30 years you can see the influence of dance & the very style from the "Ballroom" scene.

And could it be possible that I'm not tellin' any Black or Latino Gay person nothin' that they didn't already know?

Thanks, Rod & Emanuel & Arie. Now, I'll go home and watch "Paris Is Burning" for the fifty'leventh time...and sip a little something--sip through the whole movie, of course.

FQ

freeleo:
i have lived this for this poem too and this video is the tee! i love it!

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