From Hunter O’Hanian’s post on James Bidgood for Out Magazine:

Fellow queer artists owe him a great debt, as he has forged a path of his own desire, utilizing unending creativity, boundless mastery of craft, and limitless personal self-exploration. And he is still making art. Having moved to New York in 1951 with the notion he would become a musical comedy star, Bidgood has been making work for more than 60 years.

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