If you're going to mess around with the LGBT community, make sure you know what you're getting onto. Recently a New Zealand man was harassed and punched by a group of homophobic men in Sydney, Australia. The New Zealand Herald reported that Ivan Flinn, 34 from Surry Hills was punched and sustained a dislocated jaw. The attached happened after midnight on Oxford Street. Then reports state that three local drags queens came to Mr. Finn's defense, even chasing one into the middle of traffic.
So lesson learned at least for a few men in Australia. There has always been this misconception about drag queens. That for some reason they can't protect themselves; as most have learned it necessary. Drag queens in the LGBT community have always stood up for not only themselves but other in the community. Mr. Flinn said it best "Drag queens are the strongest people in the LGBTI community. They stand there and say this is who I am and I'm proud."
You can read the entire story here: Drag queens save New Zealand man in homophobic attack
you want to pick on little guys, you'll need to fight the big freak. I'm a man underneath all of this, so let's go. Ivy stated
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