Vice, “How a Kid from Canada’s Hardest Oil Town Became one of Toronto’s Best Drag Queens”

While Parsons didn’t win the competition, he did started getting booked at constant gigs across the city. The performances led to more performances. When the entertainer made the move across country to Toronto he was quickly embraced by city’s queer community, being shown the ropes by the informal anarchist drag group The House of Filth. The ability to finally express himself freely in a city and community that accepted him has Parsons the ability to grow in a way he didn’t think was possible.

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