As a white Midwestern child of the ‘70s, I received two messages loud and clear: disco was a breathtakingly glamorous, sexy urban scene, and “disco sucks.” Culturally, the latter prevailed. It was the opinion voiced most loudly by the popular boys. Dissenters pushed back at their own peril. I didn’t know what YMCA was about, […]

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