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Jamie : Drag Queen at 16

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Nope sorry, not available here. Bummer.

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Not available in Poland as well... but judging from a still, s/he looks really pretty!

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I saw that. Althought the school had complaints that he was going to prom in a dress and he was disciplined for it and told he wouldn't be allowed in. He went anyway and lots of the parents and pupile defended his choice/rights by saying they would not go if he wasn't allowed. He was allowed to go in the end.

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It's really hard to believe that in the 21st century there would be so much hub-ub over doing what he did? It's really amazing when you think about it. We're just talking clothes and make-up here? Right? Perhaps if we'd all just let people be who they were born to be there'd be nothing but happiness in the world? The world won't advance as a whole until the last person has realized this.... His father's problem is that he's looking at what his son can do for him instead of the opposite. Charlie

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Unfortunately I had to skip large parts of that as I'm in work and really shouldn't have been watching it. Anyway, I really applaud that lad for doing what he wanted to do - he's also got some stunning footwear options - the black plats he wore in the end scene were spectacularly delicious. I wish him all the luck in the world (and with a little luck he may find us here too!) Random side note, I know his town and know the place he went to for Prom. They don't make many drag queens out that way, no wonder he was a little scared about arriving to prom in a dress! I'm just thrilled he had such a good night, it could have been a disaster if it wasn't for his friends. Chris

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That was a really good documentary, although it's slightly annoying that somebody wanting to wear clothes they feel comfortable in is made into a doco, it's to be expected with some people's mindsets i guess... It really connected with me personally as he goes through some of the same situations that i am going through currently with how to go about telling his dad about it. He showed alot of courage telling him. I wasn't expecting him to look half as good as he actuallu turned out in drag, i was amazed! he looked gorgeous! Now BBC, make the same doco again, but with a straight guy! i'm willing to be the subject *flutters eyes* lol

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Saw part of it also where he was walking on the wall in heels and trying dresses maybe 20 mins worth. I felt some issues were over dramatised to the point of becoming unreal or too set up. However quite interesting as he was similar in character to a young friend of the younger stepdaughter. Al

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For those who have not seen this thread yet. Two Spirits

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I enjoyed the documentary. I have to admire the young man for sticking to his convictions and enjoying his life. He is a very pretty person.

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