Why Carl Nassib and TJ Osborne matter

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This article originally appeared in “Sky’s the Limit,” my Substack newsletter

I wanted to get this out for Pride Month, but unfortunately, I struggled to find a home for it and, when I did, breaking news overtook it. So, it was never published. In some ways, that works out, as this essay is just as relevant for the Fourth of July as it is for Pride Month. After all, if country music is the…

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Skylar Baker-Jordan has been writing about UK and US politics and culture for more than a decade. His work has appeared at The Independent, Salon, and elsewhere

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Skylar Baker-Jordan has been writing about UK and US politics and culture for more than a decade. His work has appeared at The Independent, Salon, and elsewhere

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