The Death And Life Of Marsha P. Johnson is more than just another true-crime documentary


In the earliest days of the gay rights movement, the sight of a man wearing a dress was one of the most visible and shocking symbols of queerness. It‚Äôs what a lot of sheltered Americans thought of as ‚Äúgay‚ÄĚ‚ÄĒa man who wanted to live as a woman‚ÄĒand it‚Äôs what many of them mocked and feared. Political activism and popular‚Ķ