Miss Pvssy – Inspiring the bad b*tch in all of us

Queen of Trans Rap.

Miss Pvssy is an up-and-coming rapper most known for her Chi Raq (Freestyle). The rapper is not afraid of showing off her sexuality and the power of being a phenomenal woman.

Born in Chicago, Miss Pvssy grew up writing music as early as Elementary School. She spent the next few years developing her writing, sound and stage presence. Currently, Miss Pvssy is a steady performer on the Blow Pony circuit in Portland, Oregon and is busy preparing to new music.

Check out her tracks Chi Raq (Freestyle) and Just Ain’t Me (Bow Down Freestyle).

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José Hernandez – Appreciating the masculinity and femininity of style

José Hernandez, known as Veco by many or @eseveco on Instagram is a 27 year old gay Mexican American from South Gate, CA. A lover of the arts, photography and fashion.

Currently navigating and experiencing all these new opportunities that have sprouted in the last year. Looking to make an impact in the fashion industry through inclusivity and visibility of queer brown people.

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Tom Bosworth – Putting our mile run time to shame, by walking

The man who can walk faster than most can run.

Tom Bosworth is originally from Kent and is now based in Leeds. Tom is Britain’s Number 1 race walker, Olympian, multiple world record holder, Commonwealth Games Silver medalist and 7 time British record holder. He trains full time, walk at speeds of up to 10mph/16kmph and was Britain’s first and only openly gay track and field athlete currently competing.

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Sampson McCormick – Ignoring what is supposed to be said in polite company

Sampson McCormick is an experience a down to earth comedic force of nature, and one of the most respected and sought after voices of diversity in Comedy for close to two decades. He’s appeared on MTV, BET, TV One, VICELAND, his highly lauded comedy special “That B*@%# Better Be Funny” and co-starred in 2017’s Academy nominated film “I Live Here”.

On National Coming Out Day 2018 (October 11th, 2018), Sampson McCormick became the first LGBTQ comic to ever perform at a Smithsonian museum when he performed at the National Museum of African-American History in Washington D.C.

His comedy offers riveting and fresh takes on race, religion, politics and sexuality—you know, all those things you aren’t suppose to talk about in polite company.

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