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‘Miss Gay El Salvador’ on a mission to promote LGBT rights

By AFP
11 February 2020   |   11:38 am
Newly crowned drag-queen Wendy Valenzuela says she feels 'a little afraid' after winning 'Miss Gay El Salvador', but says she is intent on promoting tolerance and sexual diversity in the Central American country where 600 members of the LGBTI community have been assassinated since 1993.

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