The Golden Gays

The Home for the Golden Gays was established in the mid 1970ís by LGBT rights activist and columnist Justo Justo to help elderly and homeless gays in Manila.
At the time of his death in 2012, The Home for the Golden Gays was forcibly closed. Majority of the original members are now living on the streets without families or a proper income in their old age.
These drag shows aren't just for fun: They bring with them the promise of free lunch and two to three days' worth of groceries from local sponsors, mostly big companies looking to make good on corporate social responsibility initiatives.