Wockner, Rex
December 2000
Bay Windows;12/21/2000, pN.PAG
Reports on the lawsuit filed by Filipino gay crossdresser Jonathan Agudaa against the Manila discotheque Club Royale in the Philippines for denying him entrance in the club. Case of Agudaa heard before the Commission on Human Relations.


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