Quote of the day—Gay Cynic

One of my personal rules is to never piss off a drag queen.

Gay Cynic
September 6, 2012
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  1. My best friend in high school in Charlotte, NC, was a very closeted homosexual. I was such a naive and innocent kid that I never suspected he was gay. He “came out” after I went off to college. He came out BIG, becoming a tranny singer/dancer. He told me all about this new and exciting part of his life the first time I visited home from college.

    Along with tales of wild, very promiscuous gay sex (this was in 1977, just barely pre-AIDS), he told me about working at the local gay bars as a tranny dancer. He described one night when a pair of good ole boys, looking for some heteronormative self-validation, decided to beat down my friend and his dance partner in the parking lot at the end of a long night’s dancing.

    My friend and the other queen used their high heeled shoes to administer a painful lesson about the individual human right to self defense, to the rednecks’ surprise and, hopefully, their education.

    Yes, never piss off a drag queen.

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