Minnesota Women’s March featured drag queen and transgender karaoke champion

"I am a man and I have a uterus ... I got a bigger dick than yours, and a uterus," said the first performer on stage at the Minnesota Women's March.

A drag queen dances at the Minnesota Women's March (Facebook/Women's March Minnesota)
A drag queen dances at the Minnesota Women's March (Facebook/Women's March Minnesota)

The Minnesota Women’s March showcased several speakers and performers, among them a female to male transgender who took the stage and bragged about the size of her penis.

The march drew thousands of protesters and was attended by multiple state legislators, U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar and other Minnesota political figures like Erin Maye Quade who rallied to promote abortion. The event also featured a handful of local artists, including drag queen Zon Legacy Phoenix and Mikko Blaze, an award-winning transgender karaoke singer.

“What up everybody, I just want to let you know I am a man and I have a uterus and nobody can tell me what to do with it,” Blaze said, upon taking the stage as the march’s first performer.

“That guy right there is the reason that it’s so important that we’re gathering,” Blaze continued, turning to a protester who was beside the stage. “I got a bigger dick than yours, and a uterus,” the singer told the protester.

The event also showcased transgender drag queen Zon Legacy Phoenix, a man who performs provocative dances while dressed as a woman. The Facebook page he uses to promote his routine features videos of him dancing with a child and apparently smoking marijuana.

Drag performer Zon Legacy Phoenix dances with a child. (Facebook/ZonLegacyPhoenix)
Drag performer Zon Legacy Phoenix dances with a child. (Facebook/ZonLegacyPhoenix)

The main issue of the march was abortion. One speaker urged attendees to advocate “expanded access to abortion care” while others like Klobuchar pushed to “codify Roe v. Wade into the federal law of the land.”

Many protesters also took aim at Texas, which recently enacted a law that prohibits unborn babies from being killed once they have a heartbeat. The new measure also allows private citizens to sue those who continue to perform illegal abortions. The law presently faces judicial challenges.

Several of the protesters in Minneapolis carried signs and flags that parodied the Gadsden “don’t tread on me” flag, an immensely popular symbol in Texas, replacing the usual coiled rattlesnake with one contorted to look like a uterus. Others dressed as characters from The Handmaid’s Tail, a fictional story that depicts a world where Christians abuse and sexually enslave women.

Women at the march protested Texas’s new abortions ban. (Alpha News)

There was at least one pro-life counter-protester at the event, who was quickly shouted down and decried as a “gender traitor” as men and women alike hurled insults at her.