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I think one of the greatest challenges in life is being yourself in a world where others would generally prefer you to be someone else. He is perhaps a decade older than I am, was married to a woman, had children before coming out as gay, then got divorced and entered into another marriage, this time with a man who also had children from a previous marriage. After decades of political and religious struggles, humiliation, endless grappling with low self-worth, and NOW I get to make a choice?? Sure, I do some wishful thinking now and then.
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He was Brandt made a career of trying to catch whatever wave was cresting on the pop-culture scene. With the Electric Circus, which he opened in on St. Marks Place in the East Village, it was psychedelia. With the Ritz, opened in a few blocks away, it was the exploding music scene of the MTV decade, with the shows he staged there — Parliament-Funkadelic, U2, Tina Turner, Ozzy Osbourne, Frank Zappa and countless others — reflecting the exploratory energy of the time.
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And with those, of course, came the general unrest that always seems to accompany social and political gains for minorities. As activists pushed to challenge and change the status quo across multiple domains, they found common ground in a cultural revolution that had people lining up for blocks just to take part. Behind velvet ropes, blacks, Latinos, and whites, women and men, rich and poor, gays and straights were encouraged to wear whatever they wanted, kiss whoever they wanted and — of course — dance however they wanted. The rules were off, and young people embraced their new-found freedom to the fullest.

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