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Although I am certainly in favor of everyone living openly and honestly, no matter who he or she is, the truest stories of courage and inspiration come from those gays and lesbians who have fearlessly always lived openly and honestly in the real world, not from a seemingly self-absorbed actor preening for the camera amid a contrived "coming of age" story.
Stamps come from Smiler, the customers of Queslett Road Post Office and several anonymous donors.
For this most recent work, the city of Charleston, South Carolina, donated live oaks felled in 1989 by Hurricane Hugo, and other timbers have come from construction projects throughout the Southeast.