This is a drawing about Judy, a woman I met in the early nineties while doing a consulting job in the Northeast. For almost twenty years, she had hidden the fact that she was a lesbian. She was convinced the people she worked with would not be able to handle it and her relationships would sour.
Then one day, she declared the truth to the world. The sun came up the next day, the Earth didn’t stop spinning, and Judy is still having lunch with her co-workers.
It is better to be hated for what you are than to be loved for something you are not.
~ Andre Gilde