In Jay Coles' book "Things We Couldn't Say," he writes about a queer Black boy coming to terms with his sexuality as he wrestles with the world and his inner self.

The 13th annual Fort Lauderdale edition of OUTshine LGBT Film Festival returns Oct. 14 – 24 with more than 40 features, documentaries and shorts, but most importantly, live screenings will finally be returning to theaters.

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