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Juanita More is a US based drag queen most known for her cutting edge couture, and high Fashion. A tireless fundraiser, and party queen - producing the hottess San Francisco party the city has seen in years - Booty Call Wednesdays at Q Bar. High in-demand DJ around the US, creating dance floor chaos.
Legendary Model, Muse, DJ, Photographer and Party Promoter. Mother to the House of More, and Daughter to the Incredible Glamamore.
Glendon “Anna Conda” Hyde is a local activist and community leader who has worked as an advocate for gay rights since 1984. A District 6 resident throughout her 14 years in San Francisco, she is a champion for citywide rent control, taxing non-medical cannabis, decriminalizing homelessness and supporting small businesses. Prior to her run for supervisor, Anna has graduated from District 6 cosmetology school Miss Marty’s School of Beauty, successfully managed and promoted art and nightlife events in San Francisco and has worked closely with AIDS Housing Alliance, Community Housing Partnership, Marriage Equality USA and Restore Equality.
In 2008, Anna organized and led four “Take Back the Polk” marches as a show of solidarity with the LGBT and low-income residents being priced out of the upper Polk Street neighborhood. The following year, the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence named Anna “Saint Anna Conditional Love; Protector of the Polk” in recognition of her anti-gentrification efforts.
As District 6 Supervisor, Anna will continue to serve as an advocate for social changes that strengthen our city and ensure that those who live in San Francisco can do so affordably and with dignity.