Fátima, Queen of Diversity

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Cheme and Fátima I

Andrea, Alejandra, Fátima I, Salma and Paulina.

Galilea, Itzel, Katia, Joselín and Émily

By Jesús Aguado/Pictures by Eugenio Godínez

The LGBT community in San Miguel gathered on December 9 to elect and crown the one to represent the beauty in this area in 2018. This year, among five contestants, Fátima I was crowned.

This contest was first organized 10 years ago by Luis Demetro Martínez (Cheme) who realized that San Miguel needed this kind of event, not just to gather the gay community together, but also to let people know that gays are not willing to hide in the shadows and to prove that they can cohabitate in harmony in this magic town.

During the tenth anniversary, the organizers invited former Gay Queens to “adorn” the event. Five candidates attended. They wore cocktail and evening dresses that they designed and made themselves.

The judges—mainly journalists and beauty queens—elected Fátima I as Gay Queen 2017. They chose Alejandra as first princess and Paulina as second princess.

 

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