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Dove Hills, McQueen has been the most LGBT friendly media personality

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As is customary each year goes by the European LGBT+ netwerkzender OUTtv, in contrast to viewing it via Telenet, canal 52, and the OUT-Media-Award. In Flanders, this year’s award for use in the classroom at Belgium’s Got Talent drag queen, Lola McQueen. More than 2,000 of the Flemish LGBT+ people brought up in the past few weeks, an online vote by more than 1,000 votes, may She is one of the most LGBT friendly media personality of the 2019 call. The drag queen in Antwerp, belgium, won the award for o’s.a. singer, Sam, Bettens, and director Lukas Dhont, which are, respectively, the second and the third were the same. OUT the Media Award was established in 2014 and is in the order of television, and mediapersoonlijkheden to make an ally for the LGBT+ community.

After o.a. ex-eurovision winner Conchita Wurst, a Belgian ex-prime minister, Charles Michel, girl band K3 and the VTM-journalist, Bo, boudewijn Van Spilbeeck, the deaf drag queen, Lola McQueen, this is one of the most LGBT friendly media personality of 2019 in Flanders, belgium. The new title is, by its award, and has been attributed to its public statement, the VTM-programme Belgium’s Got Talent. The medezaakvoerster a new disco club Cargo, Club, captured the hearts and minds of Flanders, with its unique message of “being Deaf is not a disability, but as an enrichment.” Thanks to juror Stan Van Samang she even became the first deaf drag queen in the world, who are the golden buzzer, got it.