“Drag Race” took the subversive art form mainstream, starting with international fan conventions. But has something been lost along the way?
Like RuPaul, the fly has “legs for days” and “wears a fierce metallic rainbow get-up,” the entomologist behind the name said.
Drag has always been rooted in community, connection, and finding a way to laugh even when the world feels hostile.
The massively popular show has started its UK run, so we made several American drag artists watch it, then share their thoughts.
“I have come across people who jump straight to, ‘I want to fuck you in drag.' These are the people you block in life.”
Betta Non Stop and Shabnam Be-Wa-Fa share a special bond that involves shopping, drag shows, and ABBA.
The queens from season ten open up about how the perception of drag in gay culture has changed over time.