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By SUZANNE PEREZ TOBIAS
The Wichita Eagle 

Drag queens host story hour at Wichita library

 

October 5, 2018



WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Dressed in a red velvet gown, sparkly jewelry and white painted fingernails, Divinity Masters said she decided to read "Red: A Crayon Story" at the Wichita Public Library because of its message.

"I picked this book because I think it has a lot to tell us about what it's like to sometimes feel like you don't fit in," she said. "Or that it doesn't quite make sense to be who other people tell you to be.

"But once you find your way, it feels really good."

Masters — the drag queen persona of Brad Thomison — is one of three drag queens who participated in "Say YAAAS to...



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