In the early 1980s, everyone wore eyeliner. Madonna, Boy George, Duran Duran, Prince.
If you were a 1980s LGBT teen, you could explore different ways to represent your gender and sexuality through trends in fashion and music. But as far as actual exploration of gender identity and sexual orientation—that was usually kept outside of the mainstream.
Without Facebook or Twitter or even Google—where could a young LGBT individual turn for support?
Since 1982, LGBT teens and young adults in South Florida have been reaching out to Pridelines Youth Services.
For complete article, see South Florida Gay News.