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Photo Essay: Austin's Underground Drag Scene

Photo By Jana Birchum

Bodies

Transsexual body is a taboo subject for those of us in the mainstream. "What does it really look like?" is our secret question. In the shows, the transsexual body is no longer secret. It is a point of pride and an image of beauty for those who participate in and/or come to the shows.

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    Photo Essay: Austin's Underground Drag Scene

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    Photo Essay: Austin's Underground Drag Scene

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    Photo Essay: Austin's Underground Drag Scene

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    Photo Essay: Austin's Underground Drag Scene

    Mighty Real

    Photo Essay: Austin's Underground Drag Scene

    Mighty Real

    Photo Essay: Austin's Underground Drag Scene

    Mighty Real

    Photo Essay: Austin's Underground Drag Scene
  • Mighty Real

    Photo Essay: Austin's Underground Drag Scene

    Mighty Real

    Photo Essay: Austin's Underground Drag Scene

    Mighty Real

    Photo Essay: Austin's Underground Drag Scene

    Mighty Real

    Photo Essay: Austin's Underground Drag Scene

    Mighty Real

    Photo Essay: Austin's Underground Drag Scene

    Mighty Real

    Photo Essay: Austin's Underground Drag Scene

    Mighty Real

    Photo Essay: Austin's Underground Drag Scene

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