Out Magazine, “Justin Vivian Bond’s LIVE IDEAS Series ‘Mx’d Messages’ Reimagines a World Without Binaries”

Justin Vivian Bond: My entire perspective on life changed at an arts and music festival at the York Theater on Mission St. in May, 1989.  It was a two-day festival called “Homocore,” and it was my first exposure to the queer anarchist scene that led me to become the performer I am today. Two of the people I met around that time were Kenny Mellman, who I went on to collaborate with for many years in the cabaret act Kiki & Herb, and Lynn Breedlove, of the now legendary seminal Queercore band Tribe 8.

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