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Comic: ‘Adventures of a Bitter Fag’ confronts life in 2020

Alter ego 'Bitter Fag' shows up when white supremacy, anti-blackness, homophobia, and transphobia arise.
Julio Salgado September 24th, 2020
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These comics are part of Prism's series on sex positivity and the arts. Read the rest of the series here.

"Adventures of Bitter Fag" is artist Julio Salgado's alter-ego. While he identifies as a silly gay who loves to crack jokes, there is a bitter part of himself that shows up when white supremacy, anti-blackness, homophobia, transphobia, and other societal phobias show up. Bitter Fag is here to ruin your day if you think that we've made it as an LGBTQI+ community when muscled cis-gay men are allowed to run shirtless during Pride while Black and brown trans folks are being murdered, jailed, and deported.

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