Filmmaker Cindy Abel's 2014 movie Breaking Through tells of politicians who came out of the closet and overcame hurdles to reach the halls of power. She felt the need for the movie after numerous high-profile bullying incidents nationwide. Photo taken July 17, 2014.
Filmmaker Cindy Abel's 2014 movie Breaking Through tells of politicians who came out of the closet and overcame hurdles to reach the halls of power. She felt the need for the movie after numerous high-profile bullying incidents nationwide. Photo taken July 17, 2014. McClatchy
Filmmaker Cindy Abel's 2014 movie Breaking Through tells of politicians who came out of the closet and overcame hurdles to reach the halls of power. She felt the need for the movie after numerous high-profile bullying incidents nationwide. Photo taken July 17, 2014. McClatchy

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