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Drag Queen Stereotypes Redefined

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Vanta

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I try to make it a point to talk about depression / anxiety and any type of mental health to help break the taboo and bring awareness to it. I also like to try to pay a compliment in return, when I get complimented in drag.
Why are you participating?: 

I think it's very important to speak out about helping others and raising awareness about mental health, emotional / mental abuse, as well as substance abuse.

Aria 51

Auburn, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Giving back to my LGBT youth by volunteering performances at their events.
Why are you participating?: 

So I can represent as a female drag queen to prove all drag is valid.

Jerry

Worcestrer, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I have actually been in participation at my job, giving back to the community. We started a group called We AllCare, which focuses on giving back to community. We recently did a Back to School Drive to help struggling families, obtain school supplies for their children. We were able to help a total of 13 children and donate all remaining school supplies to the Boys and Girls Club of Worcester to help them provide supplies to over 800 people.
Why are you participating?: 

I am participating because its great to give support back I respect and believe in the vision No Evil Project is doing and stand behind them 100%

Aria 51

Auburn, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
My good deed is being there for anyone regardless of if I know them or not. I saw a women fighting with her (assuming) boyfriend outside the Auburn Mall one day a couple years back when I was waiting for a ride home from work. He was pushing her, and threatening what hed do to her when they got home, she was crying and clearly he is an abusive person in her life. I took the chance of getting hurt myself by intervening and getting him to leave her alone and I would call the cops and he was mad at her saying "are you serious right now fine go with her" then I took her inside and got her a pretzel and drink and chatted for a bit, because that's what she wanted. I got her an uber, but never heard from her again. I hope she got out of that situation because as an abuse,rape survivor myself I couldnt let her be treated that way everyone sitting there being silent and watching made me sick.
Why are you participating?: 

Its important for people to know that being different isnt a sin. Everyone has things about them that made them who they are, unique and individual.

Nikita

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I have numorous Charity shows to raise money for lots of Causes! I am a member of The Imperial Court of Massachusetts which helps the charities of Massachusetts!
Why are you participating?: 

www.imperialcourtofma.org, www.NikitaLeFemme.com

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