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  • Writer's pictureC. Aigner Ellis

U.S. Senator: Men In Tutus "Asking For" Violence

I saw this on my social feed and wanted to learn more about the picture, but instead I found a U.S Senator ranting on why men who wear women's clothes are "asking" for violence.

Just last month, one of the U.S. Senators from Wyoming Mike Enzi was visiting a local high school. During a Q&A with students he was asked about what he was doing to improve life for the LGBT community and that's when things got interesting.

“We always say, in Wyoming you can be just about anything you want to be, as long as you don’t push it in somebody’s face, I know a guy who wears a tutu and goes to bars on Friday night and is always surprised that he gets in fights. Well, he kind of asks for it a little bit. That’s the way that he winds up with that kind of a problem.” said Enzi.

Sounds like we've still got a long way to go! What say you is the guy in the picture above asking for trouble or living his life?

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