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Hatches, I'm sorry to hear that skinhead beef acted like that even to performers. Mad That day, I could check in as press and an event staff escorted me to the area in front of the stage, but right after he was left, a security kicked me out saying I didn't have a press sticker on me. I wasn't given it somehow so tried to explain about it to him, but that beef just kept barking "Out! Out! Out! ... ", and it took me for a while to get back. The atmosphere of the backstage was like that of boot camp rather than that of Wigstock indeed. Frown

During the event, I was very much overwhelmed by the situation that I could be so much close to the stage of Wigstock for the first time in 10 years, so didn't realize or even care about the audience or atmosphere of it. On the next day, I went to see a documentary film "Wigstock & Pyramid Videos (1984-89)". It was really fascinating. There was EV that my heart always bounced every time I walked down the street. So, I think I know what you meant.

And Colleentv, there is one restaurant I saw trannies're dining comfortable in midtown east. It's not like tourist or theme restaurant like Lips...
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