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Queer Roots, Drag, and Building Community for People of Color

We talk to TAYLOR ALXNDR, co-founder of Southern Fried Queer PRide, drag performer, and musical artist about why there’s a need for LGBTQ spaces that center Black and Brown voices and learn a little about southern queer drag culture.


Instagram: @tayloralxndr.

House of Alxndr Instagram: @houseofalxndr

Go to YouTube to see their latest single, Say What You Mean

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And for the record, E. Lynn Harris was southern. He was raised in Arkansa and also spent time in Texas.

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