Photos from the Future: Proud to Have Learned in the Last Century that Invisible Doesn’t Work

2018.06.05 Capital Pride People and Places, Washington, DC USA 02799
2018.06.05 Capital Pride People and Places, Washington, DC USA 02799 (View on Flickr.com)

I feel so fortunate to

  1. Have learned in the 20th Century how invisibility failed the medical profession and more importantly the people the profession serves.
  2. Be a citizen in Washington, DC, which also learned in the last century how invisibility failed our nation

Doesn’t matter if it’s about #LCHF or #LGBTQ (Why Doctors should meet patients (and each other) where they are: My intersection of #LGBTQ , #LCHF, and #LetPatientsHelp).

Since that century is over and it’s not coming back, it’s a pleasure to enjoy this one, where we celebrate visibility and national leadership in respecting and representing all humans. It’s way better. Happy Pride.

2018.06.05 Capital Pride People and Places, Washington, DC USA 02784
2018.06.05 Capital Pride People and Places, Washington, DC USA 02784 (View on Flickr.com)

More photos from the Washington Nationals game below (I also learned in the last century that I have no idea what’s going on on the field, and it doesn’t matter whether I do or not…)

2018.06.05 Capital Pride People and Places, Washington, DC USA 7503
2018.06.05 Capital Pride People and Places, Washington, DC USA 7503 (View on Flickr.com)

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