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WHAT PRIDE MEANS TO ME
Written by: Scott Marchack
Photos by: Cathy Bain
When I came out as gay, I’ll admit – it was difficult for me. My family, my school and my religion did not accept me…
With much anticipation DIVA returns: the ultimate drag talent competition in Trinidad where performers use their imagination and creativity to showcase their costumes, lip-sync and dance performances for cash prizes.
Directed By: Raymond Choo KongCo-directed by Anthony Medina & Mervyn de GoeasProduced by Pride TT
In loving memory of Gregory Singh & Raymond Choo Kong
N/B: Due to technical limitations, we apologize for any technical difficulties experienced during this recording.
Today we continued a tradition that we started last year; flying our rainbow kite high, a symbol of our #LGBTI #pride. #Inclusivity and #visibility in cultural spaces, like on the Savannah grass for Easter, is integral to shifting the socio-cultural paradigms around LGBTI rights. We celebrate our rights to exist as queer Caribbean people, our right to integrate, our right to love..With Easter comes renewal, life, rebirth and hopes for brighter days..The Radio 90.5 FM’s 20th Annual Easter Kite Flying…
The monologue for Norman, Is That You? performed by Raymond Choo Kong and presented by the Pride Arts Festival of Trinidad and Tobago…