Latest by Miguel Garcia
The singer is helping my queer friends of color and me talk about being "messy" -- and let go of our shame so we can love ourselves more.
"It is not our culture, our machismo, or our gay sex that requires your immediate attention," writes Miguel Garcia, who urges non-profits to shift their deficiency-based gaze to themselves.
Miguel Garcia, a gay person of color living with bipolar disorder says his recovery "rests heavily on my ability to thwart fear by reclaiming agency over my body and mind and confronting ignorance and stigma."
"I believe prevention and addressing stigma starts with seeing and acknowledging members of our community," Miguel Garcia writes on National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day. "Honestly, sometimes prevention really just starts with the little things."