July Muñoz Obituary, Death – July Muñoz has sadly died unexpectedly, leaving loved ones and family and the entire community in grief and agony according to an online share. “On the 22nd of December in 2012, July Muoz passed away suddenly and unexpectedly. I tried my hand at writing despite the fact that putting my thoughts into words was challenging. You can find a link to a wonderful obituary for July that was published in the San Francisco Bay Times further down on this page, along with information about a celebration of her life that will take place this coming Thursday night in San Francisco.
I am aware that she had a significant influence on the lives of a significant number of individuals, and I would like to do what I can to ensure that information about this event, her life, and the difference that she made, as well as the scholarship that was established in her honor, is widely disseminated. I am overcome with profound melancholy over the death of an old friend and lover. July! Wow, that was quite the adventure. The current month is my favorite, and she is the best woman I’ve ever known.
scaldingly hot, with warm hands and heart, a fierce and honest intellect, and a fierce intellect.
A smile and a laugh that made me feel welcome, leather jackets that you would let me wear, and so on and so forth. You would admonish them, saying, “You have incredible power! You are not required to put up with that nonsense in any way, shape, or form! The vast majority of us had an extreme requirement to be informed of this information. I remember that you were interested in what I studied, and that we would talk late into the night in your cozy apartment that was overflowing with things: books, altars, photos, witty gay magnets, pins, shoes, and love letters were everywhere.
I also remember that you were interested in what I studied. It has been a very long time since I have had the opportunity to interact with you on a consistent basis. At this point in time, our queer youth from the early 30s has long since passed away. And I don’t ever want to know what it’s like for you to be away from this city because I don’t want to know.”