The Minority Report meets Pamela Adie

The Minority Report meets Pamela Adie

‘If I were talking to myself, my younger self now, I think what I would say is, “It’s not worth it. It’s not going to end well. It never ends well as a matter of fact. And so, if it’s not going anywhere and it’s not ending well, then what’s the point?

“Usually, what happens is somebody gets found out, and then it gets complicated, somebody may want to out you, then there’s blackmail. Your life in general can be really complicated. So, it’s just not worth it.”’ – Pamela Adie

On this episode, the hosts of The Minority Report sit with human rights activist and co-founder of The Equality Hub, Pamela Adie, to discuss her documentary, Under The Rainbow, her journey to self-acceptance, and everything in-between.

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