The Delaware Valley Legacy Fund has just announced their 2015 HEROES award recipients. These individuals’ “leadership advances the rights of the LGBTQ community. Through the nomination process, DVLF identifies youth, adults, non-profits, allies and businesses who have bold ideas, act with selfless intention, and courageously work to advance the equality of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer community in the Delaware Valley and beyond.” Read more »
Drag diva Morgan Wells wins the title of Miss Fancy Brigade 2014. Photo courtesy of Patrick Hagerty,
Mummers LGBT Liaison Committee head Ian Morrison (aka Brittany Lynn) just announced that drag queen Morgan Wells won the title of Miss Fancy Brigade 2014. She was there to represent Bob and Barbara’s.
Find out who won second place after the jump
Miss Fancy Brigade pauses near Broad and Washington. Photo courtesy of Wang Newton.
The Mummers Parade got one of the fiercest kickoffs in its 114-year history yesterday when the Miss Fancy Brigade lined up to sashay down Broad Street. Mother of the pack Brittany Lynn (aka Ian Morrison) stood front and center, flanked by 10 drag queens and — for the first time — kings. Among them were RuPaul’s Drag Race alum Mimi Imfurst, Satine Harlow, Miss Pinklewinkle, Wang Newton and Liberty City Kings Drag and Burlesque founder Lascivious Jane.
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