This short clip is from one of my favorite TV shows from one of my favorite characters.
At first I didn't really understand the significance of what Peyton had said, the singer she referred to, or the idea of oppression being condoned in institutions and how different forms of oppressions are different experiences. Now looking at everything, I see just how powerful this was, especially since this aired way before Hollywood began to discuss LGBT issues and the idea of acceptance. It even says more about the role of an ally be it with sexuality, race, or gender. Be the voice others need, help stand against oppression.