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It’s roughly 2:30 pm on Tuesday, April 20, 2021. I had just got out of the shower — my first productive event of the day. This is a huge victory for me, especially after sleeping in most of the day following my birthday. My birthday is my favorite holiday of the year and yesterday, I unwrapped gift boxes of pain, loneliness, and a few birthday texts and calls from friends.

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San Francisco-based actor, chorographer, drag queen, and writer that explores black joy. prenolis.com

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Paul Renolis

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San Francisco-based actor, chorographer, drag queen, and writer that explores black joy. prenolis.com

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