Greek allies don drag

Eleven fraternity brothers at George Washington University competed on Wednesday night in an amateur drag contest to send a message of acceptance to LGBT Greeks and to help raise money for the Trevor Project. Allied in Pride, GW’s largest LGBT student organization, teamed up with the university’s fraternities and sororities to put on the “Allied […] Continue reading →

Review – Priscilla Queen of the Desert the musical

Priscilla first came to Edinburgh in 1994 when the original film premiered at the EIFF, causing all manner of riotous cross-dressing behaviour at that year’s opening party, when the golden invites requested “black-tie or drag”. Almost 19 years on and the Queen of the Australian Desert is back and she’s a musical. With, it seems, […] Continue reading →

Darcelle XV and the history of drag

Walter Cole, 79, enjoys a good drag show. That may come as no surprise to many a drag fan in Portland, Oregon. For those of you who are not in the know, Cole is – and has been – Darcelle XV, the legendary drag queen of the Pacific Northwest for the past 40 years. With […] Continue reading →

Gran Canaria Drag Queen Contests

 The Gran Canaria Drag Queen contests are the most unique and entertaining shows of the carnival. They are world famous and keep drawing attention year after year. The contests takes place in Las Palmas (the capital) and in Playa del Ingles, Maspalomas (south of the island) every February. The Las Palmas carnival contest is always […] Continue reading →

Re/birth of drag kings in Cape Town

A few months ago we wondered if Cape Town had any drag kings and we had an intimate gathering/pow-wow/drinks with friends at home to talk about the possibly of a culture of drag kings being cultivated in the city/village of our Mother City. We have a thriving drag queen culture (hey Jujubee even came down […] Continue reading →