Inspired by found material and true events, Juliet Jacques' debut collection of short stories explores trans Britain from 1846 to the present day.
Makeup and wigs often conceal injuries like broken toes and cracked ribs.
As drag has gotten more mainstream, it’s gotten further from its DIY roots—and performing on the biggest stage is becoming prohibitively expensive.
We spoke to Leland and Freddy Scott about writing the song that refuses to leave your head.
In the bare-knuckle boxing world, Diego Garijo is known as the ferocious Dos Pistolas. In drag, he's just called Lola.
Baltimore queen Washington Heights was still disowned by her father, the Extreme Championship brawler New Jack.
In an extract from their book "Life As a Unicorn", queer non-binary Iraqi-British drag queen Amrou Al-Kadhi describes how disorientating it can feel when two worlds collide.
The clubs might be closed, but Benoit Berthe Siward's photography is an evocative throwback to happier pre-lockdown days.
The 'RuPaul’s Drag Race' entertainer gets candid about her life at home, how drag is adapting to the coronavirus pandemic, her love of music and Adam Schlesinger, and more.
"We can laugh. We can have a good time, even if that means having it in the comfort of our homes."
“When you hate on me, I will love my loved ones even more.”