“As Much As I Can, As Black As I Am: The Queer History of Grace Jones”


“Grace Jones is perched on a ledge above the dancefloor of New York’s 12 West, the state-of-the-art, members-only gay disco, about to take the stage for one of her first performances. The year is 1977, and no one is prepared for what’s about to hit them.” More at Pitchfork.


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