Go To Post #TBT: Iconic Moments in Beauty History 🌟 A new series giving flowers to the womxn and femmes whose beauty and talent sparkled and reigned supreme over time. Today we honor black transgender, queer activist, drag queen, and LGBTQ+ icon Marsha "Pay it No Mind" Johnson 🌼 The Moment: It's April 27th, 1973 and Marsha P. Johnson is attending a rally for gay rights in New York City, standing proudly in front of a sea of excited protestors. She sports a shearling coat accessorized by a single flower on her left ear - flowers being her signature symbol - while clutching an umbrella to keep her dry during an interview with Betty Brown. The archived B&W footage leaves us in awe and wondering the exact rundown of her lewk - catching a sheen on the eyes and a shiny nude lip? Admirers want to know! We can for certain say, that we're 100% here for her message - *SWIPE* for the 🎥 via @ Love Tapes Collective (YouTube) plus a few more iconic photos ✨ Give Marsha P. Johnson her flowers below.