Jody, Maria and Cody: you have been an inspiration for me for a very long time - you are a trifecta of a great family: the cook, the advocate and the loyal son. Keep up the good work and be proud of who you are. James and Jezzabelle: good luck with your future, may you have all the happiness you deserve!
xoxo - JD
I just wanted to tell you thank you for the great article about the ISGCI and the ICS that you crafted so well! It is a rare thing for our organization to receive any kind of media attention, I think mostly because people feel that the art of drag is a fashion subculture rather than a serious movement for change. Drag queens have been practicing their art for thousands of years in a variety of cultures throughout the world.
Emperor 32 JD Morgan
You come off sounding as though you are ashamed of drag queens. There is a lot more toa queen than just manly feature - and few of them dress "like a woman" - it is more of a costume. It was Drag Queens who on June 27 1969 that fought back and started the gay civil rights movement. It is drag queens in Boise that have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for Idahoans living with HIV and AIDS. Show some respect.
HMISM JD Morgan
Emperor 32 of all Idaho
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