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John Paul Brammer remembers the day he wrote the column vividly. He was standing in line for RuPaul’s DragCon. Inside, the New York City venue was decked out for the weekend-long celebration of drag culture: Aisles of wigs snaked through the convention center. Sequins sparkled throughout the hall. Drag queens mingled with fans.

Brammer, a writer, received an email from a reader of his weekly advice column asking two brief but complex questions: Do you believe that there is such a thing as “the one and only” on this planet for everyone? Do you believe in true love?

As he explored the convention, Brammer couldn’t shake them. So, midway through the first day of DragCon, he left. Read more…

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