From Wearing a Yarmulke to Miniskirts and Wigs: Avant-garde Israeli Drag Queen Is Making Herstory

'Inside me,' says Asis D'Orange, 'I have both a religious person who eats kosher and a gay man who dances in tight clothes on a truck'

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Asis D’Orange at the drag contest in the 2017 Tel Aviv International LGBT Film Festival.
Asis D’Orange at the drag contest in the 2017 Tel Aviv International LGBT Film Festival. Credit: Tomer Appelbaum
Avshalom Halutz
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Asis D'Orange at home in Tel Aviv. 'You can also do drag if you’re a man in the persona of a man, or a woman in the persona of a woman.'Credit: Tomer Apelbaum
Asis D'Orange performing her winning act at the Tel Aviv International LGBT Film Festival.Credit: Tomer Apelbaum
Working at the vegan place Anastasia in Tel Aviv. 'I told my boss that sometimes I’d come in a skirt.'Credit: Tomer Apelbaum

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