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December 4, 2013 3:20 PM

Documentary film chronicles Lexington's unlikely but thriving gay community

It was nearly three decades after she left Lexington that filmmaker Jean Donohue realized she lived through an extraordinary time with some extraordinary people. It was the story of growing up in a flamboyant and open gay community in a Southern city where few thought that sort of thing could happen.

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