The Fire Ball supports transgender rights at last weekend’s drag ball event

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Transgender flags were held high last weekend at the eighth annual drag ball held in Davies Student Center

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The Fire Ball supports transgender rights at last weekend’s drag ball event

This year’s theme, “APOQYLPSE,” shed light on transgender lives and embraced non-binary, gender non-conforming individuals.

This year’s theme, “APOQYLPSE,” shed light on transgender lives and embraced non-binary, gender non-conforming individuals.

© Kinsey Johnson 2019

This year’s theme, “APOQYLPSE,” shed light on transgender lives and embraced non-binary, gender non-conforming individuals.

© Kinsey Johnson 2019

© Kinsey Johnson 2019

This year’s theme, “APOQYLPSE,” shed light on transgender lives and embraced non-binary, gender non-conforming individuals.

Over the weekend, the annual Fireball took over the Ojibwe Ballroom on the UW-Eau Claire campus. Nearly two hours into the drag show’s sold out Friday night, performer Khloe Wold halted her performance to call up those in the crowd identifying as transgender or gender fluid – and celebrate this year’s theme.

 

 

 

This year’s theme, “APOQYLPSE,” shed light on transgender lives and embraced non-binary, gender non-conforming individuals.