June is LGBT Pride Month to commemorate the riots held by members of the LGBT community against a police raid that took place at the Stonewall Inn in New York City on June 28, 1969.
In the following years, celebrations spread across the country and that was the start of 'Pride' a time for parties, parades, remembrance, love and support.
Letting Go, by Kent Hung
Andrew's outlook has been moulded by a childhood brought up alone by his mother, by his fear of abandonment which developed from that childhood and by the numerous losses in his life.
Eleven years later, following a tragic event, Andrew suddenly has to re-evaluate his own life and struggle to find self-acceptance and learn to let go.
In the end, Andrew realizes he has to embrace change. But who or what will he be Letting Go?
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