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HAPPY TWENTIES ARE BACK!
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Drag is, as you may know already, a Drag Race that avoids stereotypes and is always about questioning gender and its outdated limitations.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.
If you’ve been dying to be part of the contest: DON’T THINK TWICE, DAMN! We don’t care whatever your genderracereligionlanguageoriginssizeshapecolorform is or is not. We don’t even care if you do it right (just take a look on our nationwide star, Conxxa Vitoy).
To take part in the contest, email us at email@example.com with the following info:
The deadline is...well, until there’s no room for more.
And if you’re not interested in stage lights...We remind you that there’s a Special Award for the Audience! Once again, energy, euphoria, sweat, shouts and looks will be rewarded!
AND MOST IMPORTANTLY: Futuroa’s Sarao Drag wants to create a safe and inclusive space for all, that’s why it’s IMPERATIVE to respect the PROTOCOL.
There will be zero tolerance towards sexist, homophobic, lesbophobic, transphobic, sissyphobic, biphobic, ableist, fatphobic, whorephobic, serophobic, racist, misogynistic, ageistic, neither classist behavior, nor any kind of assault towards anyone.
An assault happens when a person feels assaulted.
It’s our co-responsibility to stand up to assaults.
If you are assaulted or you see an assault happen, find a member of Futuroa, they will stop the party and assist you.
If your behavior doesn’t respect this party’s protocol, you’ll be asked to leave.
If you're wondering wether you should activate the protocol, do it, it's probably the best.
If you're thinking about it, there's a legitimate reason.
And follow us on FB and Instagram (@futuroafuturoa) for more info ...!
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