Pride, Not Prejudice.

I’m so happy and encouraged that everyone, regardless of sexual orientation, can feel loved and accepted now, at least in theory and, increasingly, by law.

Now, I hope that straight people and gay people alike can befriend, hire, promote, and even fire without regard for sexual identity.

Nobody ever likes to feel pre-empted because of sexual…

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Ruth Ann Scanzillo is a 25 year Baby Boomer veteran of public arts education w/34 years as symphonic cellist and chamber pianist; now, writing seems important.

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Ruth Ann Scanzillo

Ruth Ann Scanzillo

Ruth Ann Scanzillo is a 25 year Baby Boomer veteran of public arts education w/34 years as symphonic cellist and chamber pianist; now, writing seems important.

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