https://www.reuters.com/article/us-gay-pride-taiwan-idUSKBN27F093

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TAIPEI (Reuters) - At a rowdy gay bar in Taipei, 28-year old Vilian ends a Friday night drag show by putting on a traditional tribal tunic over his white silk negligee and dancing to an aboriginal song that has become a rallying call for Taiwan’s indigenous minority. An ethnic Bunun, Vilian is among a handful of indigenous drag queens who use their performances to fight against the double stigma of being part of the LGBTQ+ community and of the island’s historically oppressed indigenous minority. “As a drag queen, I am trying to speak out for the people of gender diversity in the indigenous community,” Vilian, who goes by one name, told Reuters. Known as a beacon of liberalism in the regio... Full story

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