Drag Queen World’s Weblog is a blog where you can read all about drag Queen’s, drag king’s, transvestites, cross-dresser’s & transsexuals. The Weblog wrote about our project and you read the whole article here.
Gaysir.no is one of the most popular Norwegian sites with over 20,000 unique visitors a day. Gaysir produces daily news aimed at a queer audience and the country’s largest social networking site for gays, lesbians, bisexuals with over 47,000 active profiles. In the article “Who hides behind the make up?” you can read more about the project “Drag Queens of the World”. Read more.
Drag Queens of the World and Martijn Crowe, the artist behind the project, participated at the radio interview in the Netherlands. Find out more about the project, crowdfunding campaign and the diversity in the world. Listen here.
Revista Lado A is a Brazilian magazine established in 2005. Its mission is to show the positive side of the gay community without hypocrisy. The magazine discusses culture, fun, sex, fashion, celebrities, behavior, controversial issues, giving priority to the South, where the magazine circulates, and highlights the very best of this region. Drag Queens of the World became a part of the magazine and you can read the whole article here.
Diversity Rules Magazine attempts to facilitate changes in the way people perceive the gay community. It gives voice to LGBTQ folks, their friends and supporters. It addresses diversity beyond sexual identity, including gender, race relations, and equality for all. Drag Queens of the World is a project celebrating diversity, and you can read the whole article here.
GayPv is gay magazine and travel guide featuring the LGBT scene in Mexico with news, events, interviews, photos, entertainment and activities. This free gay guide and Mexico LGBT lifestyle magazine is found throughout all gay and gay-friendly businesses in Puerto Vallarts, Mexico. Read the article about Drag Queens of the World here.
QueerMeUp is a gay web-magazine with the intent to present, comment and generate opinion about a wide range of topics concerning gay culture; from relationships and civil rights to gay pride and entertainment. It is directed to the GLBT community and to all the people that can relate with a sense of freedom and authenticity. Read the article about Drag Queens of the world here.
Blikk.no is a Norwegian magazine for gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender (LGBT). The magazine comes out once a month, and it also takes care of the daily news coverage. The project Drag Queens of the World is featured in the current (May) issue.
Gayline.lt is Lithuanian GLBT website. It is a platform for news, ideas, entertainment and other issues related to GLBT. You can read about the project “Drag Queens of the World” on their website.