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Remembering Whitney Houston: The Quiet Curse of the Homophobic Mother

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Perhaps she wanted out.

Nobody watching her could miss the fact that she was living a personal hell.

Had her rage become volcanic enough for her to want the world to witness her death specifically at Grammy time?

I wonder.

Here's what I do know.

In this era of publicized gay acceptance and hard-won civil rights, homophobia is the disease that continues to quietly--and not so quietly--kill.

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We have to wake up to this, point it out, and change it.

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