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Being a drag queen is hard work – but we don’t have any protections

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How to support a friend through a breakupHow to stop physically comparing yourself to othersHow to train for a marathon with your dogDrag queens, trans people and all members of the LGBTQ+ community will not hide away in backstreet gay bars, like we did in the past.

We will always put the fight for equality before profit.If I retire and all drag artists are treated with respect, kindness and paid equally – as they deserve – I can be happy.Do you have a story you’d like to share?

Get in touch by emailing James.Besanvalle@metro.co.uk. Share your views in the comments below. MORE : There is nothing inappropriate about drag queens performing for children MORE : How Drag Race’s Ginny Lemon shattered huge LGBTQ+ boundaries in Commonwealth opening ceremony: ‘This is a huge deal for queer people everywhere‘ MORE : I coached EastEnders’ new drag queen character – she’s going to be iconic .

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