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Futuroa Sarao Drag is, as you may know already, a Drag Race that avoids stereotypes and is always about questioning gender and its outdated limitations. First and foremost, it’s a party, a celebration of queerness and a moment of love, blending glitter, bodies and euphoria.
The only rule in this sort of contest is respect. Drag Queens, kings, bearded, sissies, aliens, all are welcome: Alone, in couples or groups, as they like it!
The finalists will be chosen by the FUTUROA Jury, and there will be awards for the winners. The winner will be crowned with an ephemeral piece of jewelry courtesy of Keef Palas. Licorka Fey will try to keep it together and host the show, as long as Conxxa Vitoy doesn’t interrupt her. Our DJ Alex Marteen will delight us with his musical selection throughout the night.
Let’s remember that it’s IMPERATIVE to respect the PROTOCOL:
“There will be zero tolerance towards sexist, homophobic, lesbophobic, transphobic, racist, sissyphobic, biphobic, ableist, misogynistic, neither classist behavior, nor any kind of assault.
An assault happens when a person feels assaulted.
It’s our co-responsibility to stand up to assaults.
IF YOUR BEHAVIOR DOESN’T RESPECT THIS PARTY’S PROTOCOL, YOU’LL BE ASKED TO LEAVE” Futuro Sarao Drag is a contest, and the most important part of it are the contestants.
No excuses! Start rehearsing and getting your outfits ready.
Wanna be a part of it?
We remind you that there is also a Special Public Prize! We want to reward the energy, euphoria, sweat, shouts and looks of the attendees with a voucher for the store Untz Untz (official supplier of some of the outfits of the members of Futuroa). [emojis]
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