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(TV Series)

(2011)

Plot Summary

  • What would this show be if it didn't address society's most sparkling practitioner of personal freedom? With the age old debate singing loudly into every orphace that has the freedom to listen, it is essential that we leave no stone unturned. The Queen, known for his loudly dramatic interpretations of the female psyche, reminds us that there's more than one way to let the world know he's fabulous, and that there's no innocent victims when it comes to sexual identity. Whether they're parading past dogmatic bullies, or cat calling at apathetic observers, it should be well known that what was once afraid is now proud, and that no bible verse nor social rules of personal space will keep this tigress contained. So let's dedicate the episode to all those who don't think we "get it" unless it's slapping us in the face.

    - Written by Byrne Owens

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