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Project Silk takes an unorthodox approach to serving an often-invisible community 

Jasmine Taylor, a.k.a. "Jasmine Elite," and "Foxxie Revlon" take the stage at a June 4 kiki ball sponsored by the Pittsburgh AIDS Task Force.

Image credit: Photo by Heather Mull

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