July Muñoz Death, Obituary – July Muz’s death was absolutely unexpected. Despite the difficulty in finding the right words, we accomplished some writing. You’ll also discover information regarding a memorial service for her life this Thursday night in San Francisco, as well as a link to a great obituary for July that was published in the SF Bay Times. We’re aware that she had a significant impact on many people, and we want to do all in my power to ensure that this memorial ceremony, her life and the difference she made, and the scholarship established in her honor are all publicly recognized.
The wording of this sentence is a little different than the one used in the video. July! What an amazing experience. In your favorite month, your favorite gal was born. Fire-breathing, intellectually aggressive, and emotionally and physically warm. Leather coats that you would let me wear, a warm smile and chuckle that welcomed me into the house, and so on. “You are powerful!” you’d exclaim. You don’t have to put up with that scumbag! This was a message that many of us really needed to hear right now.
You made a move, and the large males moved out of the path simultaneously. July, my lovely, You made me feel so confident. You witnessed my street smarts. We could have a loud chat with whomever we wanted to; just ignore their approaches. We recall you being interested in what we studied, and we would talk late into the night in your house, which was crammed with books, altars, photographs, funny gay magnets, pins, shoes, and love letters. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen you on a regular basis.
We are no longer the LGBT youth that we were in our early thirties. And we can’t even imagine what this city would be like if you weren’t here. You’re the one. You *are* women who identify as queer. You exemplify everything she said! July’s “chosen-family” will conduct a public celebration and farewell party named “She Said: Celebrate Life! – A Tribute to July Muoz” at @curiobarsf on December 22 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. July’s obituary, written by her friends and family and published in the 12.15.22 edition of the