Earlier this month at Billboard &The Hollywood Reporter's first annual Pride Summit in Los Angeles, the cast of FX's groundbreaking series POSE ponder over why the show is so damn revolutionary.
But it's not just changing the lives of viewers, it's even rubbing off on the actors.
For Angel Curiel, POSE taught him how to show vulernability in his personal relationships. Dyllón Burnside acknowledges the importance of representation while it pushed Hailie Sahar to speak her truths as well as speak up for people like trans-men who might not have a platform yet. Both Mj Rodriguez and Indya Moore praise the healing powers of Black and Brown love and how the simple act of loving someone unconditionally can shift a culture.0
How POSE Harnessed Love to Start a Queer & Trans TV Revolution0video