Tag Archives: Drag Performer

Lady Bunny Shares My Opinion on the State of Drag Performers Today

Two of the drag queens who I was really rooting for on season 6 of RuPaul’s Drag Race were Vivacious and Milk. I liked both of them because they were doing something with their drag that I had never seen … Continue reading

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Today in LGBT History: Mystery Drag Ball circa 1960s Kansas City

Do you know these gals at left? If so, you may hold a key to an important part of drag culture history. As reported by queerty.com and New York Magazine’s ‘The Cut’, artist Robert Heishman was rummaging around a Kasnas … Continue reading

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Today in LGBT History: Photo Retrospective on 80s NYC Drag Scene

Website Queerty brings our attention to an article by Linda Simpson and her retrospective on the 80s and early 90s drag culture in New York City. From her nerve.com article: Throughout my draggy adventures I happened to carry around a … Continue reading

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Drag Review: D.C.’s Salute to the Divas Production of ‘Dreamgirls’

The ending lines of Effie’s memorable power ballad in Dreamgirls are ‘you’re gonna love me.’ And love them I did. The ‘Salute to the Divas’ drag revue put on a show-stopping version of Dreamgirls for their December 2013 production at … Continue reading

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LGBT Profile: Orthodox Jew, Gay and Budding Drag Performer

From half-way around the world The Huffington Post brings us the story of Shahar Hadar, a young man in Jerusalem who has gone “from being a conflicted Orthodox Jew to a proud religious gay man – and drag queen.” Cheers … Continue reading

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