#Pride50: Margaret Cho is still here, still queer, and still kicking ass
Queerty’s parent company recently relaunched the site Into. Into is more than a safe space—it’s a huge queer party where all your friends are waiting. The site’s editor, Henry Giardina (Jar-Deena), met up with Margaret Cho, who has been one of the loudest queer voices in speaking out about the recent rise in anti-asian hate crimes, to talk about advocacy work and her short-lived and criminally underappreciated 1994 sit-com “All-American Girl,” which was the first primetime sitcom to feature an Asian American family. Let’s hear what she had to say about that groundbreaking show today.