RuPaul's Drag Race UK contestant Crystal gave up a soul-sucking job in corporate fashion to make a living out of being fabulous.
Appearing on a Pride-themed soap ep isn't the most radical, progressive step out there, but it meant everything to my mum.
There's no way that queer venues can survive without heterosexual patronage, but does that mean that the LGBTQ scene loses something as a result?
With 'Drag Race UK' and 'Drag Lab' set to hit primetime TV this year, it's worth looking at how prejudices fostered by mainstream representations of drag can trickle down into day-to-day scenes.
We talked to the show's first Black lesbian star about regaining her confidence and using her platform to help others like her.
...And preparing for a drag show.
This month, queer super-pub The Glory celebrates its fourth birthday – and it's going from strength to strength.
Straight people are into drag now, which is cool. But let's not forget that, for queer people, lip syncing goes way beyond entertainment.
Since this episode didn't deliver any criticism of the remaining contestants, I guess I'll have to do it myself.
VICE met up with a pair of drag queens as they prepared for a major ball in Shanghai, following along before they hit the stage for a competition with dozens of other queens.
The burgers are huge, the leg-long cocktails are boozy, and the queens are plentiful.
You can look, but please don't touch.