Central Florida Overheard: All Hail the Queen

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ABOVE: Eveleena Fults is the new queen at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament in Orlando. Image from Eveleena Fults’ Twitter.

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament is quite the spectacle. For those who have never been to the family-friendly dinner attraction, you head back to the 11th century when people dined without utensils and watched knights slaughter each other to please the ruling king. But now, for the first time in the show’s 34-year history, the king is no more. The king is dead, long live the queen! Medieval Times announced that Eveleena Fults, better known in these parts as the burlesque performer Ivy Les Vixens, becomes the kingdom’s (or should we say queendom’s) new ruler — her Majesty, Queen Doña Maria Isabella.

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University of Nebraska drops homecoming king, queen titles in favor of ‘royals’

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OMAHA, Neb. (AP) – The University of Nebraska at Omaha has named its royal homecoming pair, but don’t call them king and queen.

The school has joined a growing number of other schools around the county that are moving to gender-neutral homecoming courts to be more inclusive of transgender students.

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Traffic Jam 2014 at Ember

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Girls In Wonderland pulled out all the stops for Traffic Jam, their first major party of Gay Days 2014.

It was June 5 at Ember, and all the party girls’ attire was categorized by color to help other girls know their relationship status. Red means she’s taken, yellow means approach with caution and green means she’s free to flirt.

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