A person wears colorful, pride-themed boots as they await the start of a queer liberation march for Black Lives Matter and against police brutality

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The great outdoors is wild, rugged — and often cast in masculine terms. So, it can be easy for queer and gender non-conforming people to feel excluded from outdoor spaces. Photographer Wyn Wiley wants to change that.

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A person wears pride-themed boots as they await the start of a queer liberation march for Black Lives Matter and against police brutality, Sunday, June 28, 2020, in New York. 

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