Members of Tunisia’s small drag queen population have reported increasing harassment and surveillance under the country’s post-revolutionary regime.

“The show is currently surviving under an emergency state,” the commercial director of a drag show in Sousse recently told Tunisia Live. “We had to take down our fliers to minimize the risk of the actors being recognized.”

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