Taiwan drag queen performs for outgoing President Tsai Ing-wen


New Delhi: nymphaea windtaiwanese Gay and winners of popular TV series “RuPaul's Drag Race,” performed an inspiring medley of songs for the departing President Tsai Ing-wenIn gratitude for her role as the “Mother” of the nation.
During her two terms in office, Tsai's Democratic Progressive Party Particularly strongly advocated social issues lgbtq rightsleading to taiwan In 2019, it became the first country in Asia to legalize gay marriage.
Nymphaea Wind will assume the presidency on Monday, ending her tenure as Taiwan's first female president. In a speech at the presidential office on Wednesday, Wind highlighted two important achievements under Tsai's leadership.
In a post on We are all looking forward to lighting up the stage with #Taiwan pride in our pavilion at the Paris Olympics.

“Thank you very much for your eight years of dedication, to being the mother of Taiwan.” Taiwanese-American The drag queen said.
Wind performed three songs at the main entrance of the Presidential Office, starting with a song by Taiwanese singer Huang Fei, followed by Lady Gaga's “Marry the Night” and for the final song, pop star Jolene Tsai's “Womxnally”, which featured LGBTQ-focused lyrics such as “Never let anyone change who you are.”
Pawan was accompanied by five other Taiwanese drag queens who performed dance and lip-sync. The president said the demonstration “represents resistance to social discrimination, resistance to prejudice”.
“I want to thank all the drag queens out there for speaking up for themselves, breaking down barriers, and showing the beauty of their fearlessness,” Tsai said.
Wind's win last month caused a stir on Taiwanese social media when he said, “Taiwan, this is for you!”
Tsai sent him to social media platform
“Taiwan, thank you for living fearlessly,” he said in a tweet.
(with inputs from agencies)

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