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15. BUT (SOME) GAY MEN FEEL WELCOME.

JACK DONOVAN—A 42-YEAR-OLD SKINHEAD icon and right-wing extremist—lived the gay life, once. It was in the ’90s, after he left his parents’ blue-collar home in rural Pennsylvania to study fine art in New York City, when he danced go-go

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