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Shea Diamond. Comprised of sisters Victoriah and Hannah Gabriela Banuelos, the former -- who is openly gay -- describes her first Pride as an awakening: Bronze Avery.
Orlando-based pop singer Bronze Avery realized how important Pride celebrations were when his hometown felt the devastation of the Pulse nightclub massacre: It's important to instill popular gay artists culture of love and acceptance down to future generations so that Pride can continue to be a safe haven for us. Jesse Saint John.
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