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Out & About: The "Gay As F--k" Edition

Here is everything there is to do in the community this week!

Get ready San Diego, there's a party this weekend that's going to blow your socks off. SDPIX presents "Gay as F--k" at Rich's and if you have never been to one of these outrageous events, there is no better time to see what all fuss is about. Reverence has no place here so show up in your most outrageous costume.

Nicole Murray-Ramirez: "Let us never ever forget"

Let us never ever forget that 20 years ago on this day, Matthew Shepard, A young student at the University of Wyoming was beaten, tortured, and left to die

This week marked the 20th commemoration of the torture, lynching and ultimate death of Matthew Shepard. The 21-year-old was tied to a barbed wire fence and left to die on a cold Wyoming night. 

Nicole Murray-Ramirez, Queen Mother I of the Americas, has released a special message on this day of remembrance.

Kids in need get supply-filled backpacks just in time for school

Backpacks filled with supplies are handed out to kids before school starts.

For over 30 years San Diego kids heading back to school have been given backpacks by the Imperial Court de San Diego. Over 500 backpacks were loaded with school supplies such as pens, notebooks, pencils, crayons, erasers, and other necessities were donated this year. 

Imperial Court de San Diego's holiday charity drives were a huge success

This past weekend was the "Three Kings" holiday in Mexico where children were given gifts.

Since 1975 the Imperial Court de San Diego has held an Annual Toy Drive for Children called "Toys for Kids."

It was started because the officials at the "Toys for Tots" Drive refused to receive toys from the "homosexual community." (Its policy has since changed).

This past weekend was the "Three Kings" holiday in Mexico where children were given gifts.

Rare drag performance of Mayor of Hillcrest and Queen Mother on video

Empress Nicole the Great, Queen Mother I of the Americas.

This past weekend the Imperial Court de San Diego celebrated its 45th coronation ceremony, crowning a new emperor and empress, but there was also a special and rare treat at the celebration that drew a standing ovation.

The Handlery Hotel in Mission Valley was packed with royal philanthropists who surrounded themselves with people of high social rank on Saturday.