Saturday, February 21, 2009

No word yet from the Homecoming King

FAIRFAX, Va. (AP) — George Mason University senior Ryan Allen dresses in drag and doesn't mind being called a queen — homecoming queen, to be exact. Allen, who is gay and performs in drag at nightclubs in the region, said he entered the homecoming contest as a joke, competing as Reann Ballslee, his drag queen persona.

But he considers the victory one of his happiest moments and proof that the suburban Washington, D.C., school famous for its run to the Final Four a few years back celebrates its diverse student body.


Anonymous said...

First of all, they get an "F" for originality. This stunt has been performed in high schools across the country.

Then, what does the admissions office think of this embarrassment?
The game was on TV. Everyone was there. All eyes were on them. And they do something like that?
I'm sure many parents will think twice before sending their kids to this school.

Finally, what about the girls that really wanted to be HC Queen? Maybe it had been their dream? What if they were using it as a stepping stone to national pagents?


Anonymous said...

The left just loves to celebrate abnormal/deviant behavior. Cornholing, child rape, animal rape, gang banging, tax cheats, spousal abuse, adultery, murder, etc., on and on. If you have no morals, you cannot break a moral code. The only faults you can have would be being a Christian and/or a Republican.

All a Democrat needs is the upper-story window of public attention and the chamber pot of rhetoric. How else to explain the rise of Joe Biden? P.J. O' Rourke

K T Cat said...