Anti-gay NC Republican candidate worked as drag queen at gay bar: report

May 5, 2014
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Steve Wiles, a conservative candidate for North Carolina state Senate who has campaigned primarily on his support for the state’s gay marriage ban, worked for years as a cross-dressing emcee known as ‘Miss Mona Sinclair’ at a Winston-Salem gay bar, according to a local newspaper

Anti-gay North Carolina Republican candidate worked as drag queen at gay bar: report

GOP candidate for North Carolina State Senate Steve Wiles admitted to Business Insider that he used to perform as a drag queen under the name ‘Miss Mona Sinclair.’

An anti-gay Republican candidate in North Carolina worked as a drag queen performer and emcee known as ‘Miss Mona Sinclair,’ according to a bombshell report.

Steve Wiles, a conservative North Carolina state Senate candidate who has been outspoken in his support of the state’s same-sex marriage ban, worked as a female impersonator and drag-show emcee earlier in his life, the Winston-Salem Journal reported over the weekend.

Wiles, 34, worked at a gay-friendly Winston-Salem lounge called Club Odyssey from 2002 to 2010, where he directed a weekly drag show, the club’s former owner Randy Duggins told the Journal.

Prior to his directorial debut, Wiles had been a frequent attendee at the weekly soirée which featured men dressed as women. He later starred as the show’s emcee under the stage name, ‘Miss Mona Sinclair,’ Duggins said.

 

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/anti-gay-north-carolina-republican-candidate-worked-drag-queen-gay-bar-report-article-1.1779271#ixzz30rXIb2Op

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Ernest Greene
Ernest Greene
7 years ago

This takes me back to when Outweek first started. It was a harsh tactic, outing gay public figures who were anti gay rights. Civil rights struggles aren’t always pretty. Sometimes you have to expose your enemies as hypocrites in order stop them from using their opposition to the rights of others as a shield to cover their own behavior.

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