Masaki C. Matsumoto on the queer experience in Japan
December 14, 2016 8:28 AM Subscribe
Maybe it’s cool to be accepting of queerness in your state. Or you may live in an area where it’s cool to call someone “faggot.” [...] like, do you identify as a “cool” ally or a “cool” bigot? [...]I think that’s a huge difference between Japan and the U.S. In Japan, LGBTQ+ people are a joke. It’s “fun” to act like a bigot. It’s “boring” to be accepting.Anime Feminist [previously] interviews Masaki C. Matsumoto, Japanese vlogger and queer activist.
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