Eduardo Lipe is a May 2011 graduate of New York University’s College of Arts and Sciences, holding a degree in Art History with a minor in Business. Originally from the New York Metropolitan Area, he spent his adolescence in Pennsylvania (Taylor Swift’s hometown to boot), only to return to his home city for college. In his freshman year he found Delta Lambda Phi, the National Fraternity for Gay, Bisexual, and Progressive Men. Not only has the fraternity helped create life long friendships but it also helped develop his leadership skills culminating in his semester as Vice President. He has also had the great privilege to design posters and flyers for the marketing of several fraternity held events.
When participating in the fraternity’s You Are Loved glowlight vigil, created to honor the victims of recent LGBT teen suicides, he was inspired to take a bigger role in advocacy for LGBT teens which has led him to Born Like This. Having experienced a tough coming out process, he deems the focus of this website to be an important one and looks forward to helping teens all over the country.
Many see him as a pop culture and music guru of sorts. Whenever he’s not writing theoretical papers on Andy Warhol, he can be seen blog researching the latest in art, culture, fashion, and music. He will probably also be playing Britney Spears as he does so as he anticipates her return to the music scene in 2011. In ten years he hopes to be well on his way to becoming an influential figure in the art and culture world.’
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