The blue-haired drag queen stood in the middle of the street in a sequined dress, a quilted rainbow affixed to her bosom. She was angry. So was the protester in front of her, a smaller man carrying a megaphone and a sign reading “REPENT.”
Just before the start of Seattle’s most recent Pride Parade downtown, a group of protestors came marching down Fourth Avenue, urging the crowd to rebuke homosexuality and profess a belief in Jesus Christ.
The drag queen, Mama Tits, turned on the microphone she was about to use to emcee the parade. Her deep voice boomed from huge speakers, echoing off tall buildings as the crowd cheered her on.
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