In Pakistan, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Jr. is the well-known namesake of his great grandfather, one of the country’s former prime ministers. After moving to San Francisco, though, he was just a queer, Muslim artist trying to build a community that accepted the intersections of his identity. That’s when he met Ana, a recent transplant from Colombia who understood the alienation of being not only queer, but an “outsider” in the US.
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