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  • The performers at Colorado State University’s annual drag show gather onstage for a group photo at the end of the night April 14. “I hope this gave (the audience) a chance to feel joy and see there’s more than 1,000 people here who want them to be themselves and to love each other authentically,” CSU Pride Resource Center Director Maggie Hendrickson said.

    Collegian | Cait Mckinzie
  • Colorado State University Drag Show headliner Mirage takes the stage for a second performance April 14. Mirage was a contestant in Season 16 of the reality show “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”

    Collegian | Cait Mckinzie
  • Krisa Gonna, one of the emcees for Colorado State University’s annual drag show, takes a microphone and talks to the audience after her second number of the night April 14. “I love to see the impact of what we do,” Krisa Gonna said. “Drag sometimes can make people think about stuff, and they will take something home, either something to think about or just the joy that we shared, and I love that.”

    Collegian | Cait Mckinzie
  • The crowd of Colorado State University’s Annual Drag show cheers, throws tips, and takes videos during a performance April 14.

    Collegian | Cait Mckinzie
  • Michelle B. Misdemeanor stands on a chair in front of the cheering audience of Colorado State University’s Annual Drag Show April 14.

    Collegian | Cait Mckinzie
  • Soña Rita lets a handful of collected tips fall to the stage during her performance at Colorado State University’s annual drag show April 14.

    Collegian | Cait Mckinzie
  • Gucci Blaze performs at Colorado State University’s annual drag show in the Lory Student Center April 14.

    Collegian | Cait Mckinzie
  • Reggie Fava and Dragonya Fly dance to “Fire” by Barns Courtney during their number at Colorado State University’s annual drag show April 14.

    Collegian | Cait Mckinzie
  • Dragonya Fly throws a bundle of ribbon onto the stage during their performance with Reggie Fava at Colorado State University’s Annual Drag Show April 14.

    Collegian | Cait Mckinzie
  • Rubye Moore walks off the stage and into the crowd during their performance at Colorado State University’s Annual Drag Show April 14.

    Collegian | Cait Mckinzie
  • Colorado State University drag show headliner Mirage kneels onstage during her first number April 14. Mirage was a contestant in Season 16 of the reality show “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”

    Collegian | Cait Mckinzie
  • Sapphire StaxXx Bloomee begins her performance at Colorado State University’s annual drag show April 14.

    Collegian | Cait Mckinzie
  • Tooth Decay pauses on the stage during their number at Colorado State University’s Annual Drag Show in the Lory Student Center April 14.

    Collegian | Cait Mckinzie
  • MaveRick Smith takes a breath during the end of their performance at Colorado State University’s annual drag show April 14.

    Collegian | Cait Mckinzie
  • Vegina Quartz Agna De Amantes performs to “Radioactive” by Marina at Colorado State University’s annual drag show in the Lory Student Center April 14. “I hope (the audience) took away the beauty and the art of drag,” Vegina Quartz said. “It’s not the scary thing that people make it out to seem.”

    Collegian | Cait Mckinzie
  • Chocolat, one of the MCs for Colorado State University’s Annual Drag Show, starts off a shared number with Krisa Gonna April 14. “It’s always an amazing time,” she said. “The energy, the students, the community, everything is always on point. And it’s so wonderful to see everyone come together and so I can’t say anything but awesome things about it.”

    Collegian | Cait Mckinzie
  • The lights go down during King Kase’s number at Colorado State University’s Annual Drag Show to emphasize the lights on his wings April 14.

    Collegian | Cait Mckinzie
  • King Kase spreads rainbow wings during his performance at Colorado State University’s annual drag show in the Lory Student Center April 14.

    Collegian | Cait Mckinzie
  • Freya Misdemeanor moves through the crowd to gather tips during her number at Colorado State University’s annual drag show in the Lory Student Center April 14. Hosted by the Pride Resource Center, the funds raised during this show will go toward LGBTQIA+ scholarships offered to queer students.

    Collegian | Cait Mckinzie
  • Ambrose performs at Colorado State University’s annual drag show in the Lory Student Center April 14. His performance was based on “Toxic Love” from the animated movie “FernGully: The Last Rainforest.”

    Collegian | Cait Mckinzie
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