When comedian Joel Kim Booster was 17 years old, his adoptive parents found his diary where he wrote explicitly about having sex with other guys. They reacted like any other conservative Christian parents would- they threw him in the mental ward.
He’s had a rocky relationship with him ever since, but thankfully Joel was taken in by a welcoming family and he managed to graduate college. He’s now pursuing a career in stand up and challenges his audience about what it is to be gay and Asian.
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