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Lions Roar : September 2015
both the only vegetarian and the only lesbian they’d ever met. I wonder what those girls—now all grown up—would have to say these days. Is lang the only Buddhist they’ve ever met? In 1961, she was born Kathryn Dawn Lang in Consort, Alberta, a Prairie town with a population of 650. She frequently talks about how the Prairies’ spacious geography colored her LBERTA IS CANADA’S TEXAS, the oil and beef province where the Republican-like Conser- vative party was in power for forty-four straight years. So it isn’t surprising that when I was in high school, circa 1992, I was intro- duced to a couple of Albertan girls who told me that Grammy winner k.d. lang was SingItLoud! k.d. lang belts out her gratitude for Buddhism, her teacher, and her soaring vocals. A profile by ANDREA MILLER PHOTOBYJAMESMINCHIN SHAMBHALA SUN SEPTEMBER 2015 51