Oh way to completely twist things.
If a black employee complained that someone was performing in “blackface” at their place of work, would you complain as much as you are in this situation? I’m betting not.
As for what happened, I can only go on how it’s been reported here so, get over yourself! It’s a drag act for god’s sake. Drag queens have the most vicious tongues, catty / bitchy etc, but it’s a persona, an act, it’s to entertain. If you felt that uncomfortable about it you could have taken the night off.
Talk about mountain out of a molehill!
Brandon “Lily” Kulp, male lesbian. [from twitter] WinWin Coffeeshop in Philadelphia denied public accommodations to a popular local gay male Drag performer scheduled to host a fundraiser in their establishment because a straight male employee was “uncomfortable” with his gender-bending appearance. Spoiler alert: The heterosexual male identifies as transgender.
Win Win Coffeeshop bans gay men in drag
From Philly Voice:
“Management at Win Win Coffee Bar, 931 Spring Garden St., says it had no idea Aunt Mary Pat would be performing at their establishment. The shop asked Mary Pat to leave after a transgender employee was offended, a move that’s caused social media backlash against the coffee shop and a subsequent flood of negative reviews.
The employee says the character is transphobic, but the performer believes he is being unfairly judged.
Aunt Mary Pat is performed by Troy Hendrickson. The 30-year-old Delaware (not Delaware County) resident has gained plenty…
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