by Zachary Palmer

Four years since their first prom party, the LGBT Community Center is inviting freshmen (both new to the Community Center and either newly- or just-for-the-party-male) to celebrate their gender-bender ball-as-Senior Prom, where transgender and gender non-conformists, their partners, friends and allies — hirsute legs of men shorn and shown off in pink dresses and tuxedoed, mustachioed women dancing as the Psychedelic Furs play — are treated to music, entertainment and refreshments. Celebrate a quarter-century of the Center, founded in the year Thriller was released, by partying like it’s 1983 to Reagan-era pop, while, I anticipate, both last and this year’s Prom queen-and-queen/drag king-and-king twirl around on the dance floor.

Fourth Annual Trans-Prom: MAY 2, 8pm to midnight, FREE
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center
208 W 13th St, between Greenwich and Seventh Aves


Post a Comment 0 comments:

Post a Comment