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The drag queen revolt against Facebook has reached a new level

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The San Francisco drag queens who picked a fight with Facebook last year are back at it.

And they’ve made allies with other people who have been affected by the site’s “real name” policy, which requires users to publicly list a name that they can prove they use every day. On Monday, they plan to get on a bus with Native Americans and advocates representing domestic abuse victims to protest in front of Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, California.

[img attachment=”142531″ align=”alignnone” size=”large” alt=”Drag queens Lil Ms. Hot Mess, left, and Sister Roma, right, a press conference in San Francisco last year.” caption=”Drag queens Lil Ms. Hot Mess, left, and Sister Roma, right, a press conference in San Francisco last year.” credit=”AP” /]

The drag queens say they’re happy to use their notoriety to draw attention to those who don’t have a bigger platform or who aren’t able to speak…

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