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Drag Isn’t Dangerous telethon event set for May 7

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Miz Cracker is among the performers for the Drag Isn’t Dangerous telethon (Courtesy photo) A coalition of LGBTQ media groups and companies announced this moth that they are teaming up to fight back against harmful political and media narratives about drag performers and trans people.

The Drag Isn’t Dangerous campaign aims to raise awareness and funds for LGBTQ causes and organizations that support drag and trans performers, especially in areas that are under attack.

Led by Producer Entertainment Group (PEG), GLAAD, Q.Digital, OUTtv, Five Senses Reeling, Trixie Cosmetics, SERV Vodka, the  campaign will kick off with a social media and digital awareness campaign.

The campaign’s website offers resources and information on how to support local drag performers and LGBTQ causes. “In a time when bans and attacks on the LGBTQ community continue to escalate, it is more crucial than ever to remind the world that drag is art, drag is inspiring, and the politicians spreading lies about drag are only seeking cheap political points.

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