2. And right off the bat, it kiiiiind of backfired.
Imagine getting your panties in a bunch over people literally just sitting there existing https://t.co/rNI4QVDfoy
— Tess (@that1mum)
OH MY GOD! 2 PEOPLE MINDING THEIR BUSINESS ON THE BUS! CALL THE POLICE! https://t.co/gtEgUo4o0L
— Luke James (@lukejamesbgn)
@polNewsNetwork1 two people calmly sitting on a bus. oh the horror! I thought it was the SJWs who were supposed to be easily offended 🤔
— Sunny Burn ☀ (@sunweasel)
5. In fact, people were like, “Yeah, actually. That’s exactly what we want. Bingo.”
religious freedom, kicky daytime drag looks, and a robust public transit program? SIGN ME THE FUCK UP. https://t.co/6p24MIW9ZF
— MAX IM A KOOPA (@meakoopa)
I don’t want to say “literally, yeah” but also…literally, yeah. https://t.co/JGMhLbHWMq
— Marie Le Conte (@youngvulgarian)
@polNewsNetwork1 oooo heaven is a place on earth
— Tyler Oakley (@tyleroakley)
One where people mind their damn business & don’t harm others for being different? Affirmative. This is the present… https://t.co/TIcnr2qD3c
— Dwayne David Paul (@DwayneDavidPaul)
— Huw Lemmey (@huwlemmey)
10. Then, naturally, people came with the memes.
23. WHAT IS AMERICA COMING TO!!!!!!!!!!1!!!!!!!!11
26. The drag queen in the photo, Gilda Wabbit, told BuzzFeed News the photo was originally posted on @subwaycreatures, where it was used to showcase the beauty of New York’s diversity.
She couldn’t care less about the far-right account tweeting her photo, she said, but “the clapback against the negative attention from the far-right has been fabulous.”
“I won’t speak for all liberals, but my goal is for everyone — white, brown, drag queen, soccer mom, cisgender, trans, heterosexual, queer, working class, middle class — to be able to exist as they choose without judgement or fear,” she said.
She does not know who her seat-mate was, but hopes she can find her in the midst of all the media attention.
“I hope one day that a picture of a woman in modesty garb sitting next to a colorful drag queen isn’t out of the ordinary — that it’s every day life for everyone!” she added.
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