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Mini Episode: The Queer Underground

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What’s the story behind Kaleidoscope’s tagline? Every episode ends with, “Let the world see you. When they do, they’ll never be the same.” This mini episode reveals how this quote came from an unrequited love story at an underground queer club, all set against the backdrop of an anti-queer campus.


(CW: homophobia)

 

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