Jasika Nicole (Scandal, Underground, Fringe) talks about how being openly queer has affected her acting career. She also talks about the complicated myth that the black community is 100% homophobic, why crafting is an under-appreciated art form, and how sewing became her self-care (Jasika makes all her own clothes). Plus, she shares a story about using Myspace as a dating site.
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