“RuPublicans” responds to harmful anti-drag legislation in true queen fashion.
I’m a Florida Drag Queen and I’m Scared
I’m truly at a loss for what to do for work and what kind of life I can expect to live.
Classic Films About Drag Pageants and Ball Culture Return to Theaters to Dazzle Again
The landmark queer documentaries The Queen and Paris is Burning have been restored and are back in theaters.
Preserving the Lifework of a Cross-Dressing Queer Legend
Earlier this year, as part of the Whitney Biennial, I had my Tarot cards read by Flawless Sabrina.
When Drag Queens Crowd Surf
PORTLAND, Oregon — Pepper Pepper went crowd surfing at her recent drag ball. Declaring to the crowd that it was all about collectivism, she dove out into the sea of hands with a large set of balloons attached to her back.
An Artist-Turned-Drag Queen Reigns in Berlin
BERLIN — Fellas, I wanna know if I could talk to ya for just a minute. … Is it okay?
The sultry voice cut through the din of hundreds of people. Chandelier Divine Brown’s lip-synch performance of the 1990s a cappella “Work This Pussy,” by American transgender vocalist Sweet Pussy Pauline, sent the crowd into a frenzy.
Voguing Andy Warhol in Whiteface
In the early 1980s, Andy Warhol posed in drag for a series of Polaroid portraits. Wearing heavy white makeup in works like “Self-Portrait in Drag” (1981), he exudes a ghoulish glamour.
Art’s a Drag: Leland Bobbé’s Split-Personality Portraits
Few men have the balls to be women, but even fewer can truly master the art of drag. New York–based photographer Leland Bobbé celebrates the fabulous queens that populate our fair metropolis in a new series titled Half-Drag, creating dynamic dual portraits of drag queens simultaneously in and out of hair and makeup.