The art of female impersonation is a phenomenon in the GLBTQI community. Adorned with beautiful photos, the legendary entertainers talk about a culture still fighting for equal rights. They remind us when being gay was less appealing; a time when it was illegal to be seen in drag, when permits and licenses were required, and as an act of discouragement, the legal system played its part in allowing those in authority to use illegal tactics in their efforts to disband gay establishments by way of illegal arrests, scare tactics, gay bashing, and other dehumanizing acts such as strip searches on the sidewalks outside of the gay clubs. The entertainers give all of themselves as they tell their stories of accomplishments, defeat, love, hate, family turmoil, long and loving relationships, out of control lives, maturity, alcohol and drug use, rape, prostitution, death of loved ones, manslaughter, life changing events, alienation from parents and siblings, fear, and much more. www.100mige.com
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