1. I’ve never met a gay woman who didn’t have to fight for who she is and what she has. Come out on the other side of that and you’re a hero in anybody’s book.

    The most surreal thing about my job is that sometimes I get to talk to the people who created the art that helped me come to terms with my sexuality and come out to my friends and family. Terry Moore is chief among those artists. And he was also one of the major catalysts that influenced my decision to become a writer. He changed my life. And I wanted to change other people’s lives. And here I am.

    Anyway, he chatted with me about the new Strangers in Paradise softcover omnibus, and this was one of the things he said. I love it, of course, because my main dream is to be a superhero.

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    13. rdg10 said: You ARE a superhero.
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