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"GENDER F♡CK"

Unveiled in Austin to substantial fanfare, local artist and performer Logan Magz’s new multimedia endeavor artfully challenges the staid boundaries of gender and beauty. A creative collab between Magz (self-styled as his drag persona Maxxy Radd), photographer Julián P. Ledezma and filmmaker Hector Bojorquez, the 12-minute project combines embellished photographs and coming-of-age excerpts. Attendees are encouraged to dress in “their interpretation of GENDER F♡CK” for an evening designed to remind that “no matter who or what you are, we are all simply human first.”

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  • Lucha

    316 N. Flores St., San Antonio Downtown

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