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Meghna Chowdchury. Dhaka, Bangladesh

Meghna Chowdchury is the female character Robin created to enact what he feels inside. Talking to me he said “I look like a man, a boy, but I feel like you, a woman, I think like you, I would like to gossip hours, and do girly things. Would I like to be a woman? I […] Continue reading →

About Ali Asgar

I born in 1991 at the capital of Bangladesh Dhaka. I grew up in a nuclear family with my mom and dad. I finished my high school from Dhaka and after my high school, I had to decide on what subject to undertake for my higher studies. In order to do something different, I decided […] Continue reading →

Postcards to Thank you, Darling!

After a successful crowdfunding we would like to thank each of you who is supporting this project with personalized postcards! Stay tuned on Facebook dragqueensoftheworld and our website to follow the project! Alberto – Dannah Kardashian David – Danna Galan Photos by Martijn Crowe   Continue reading →

The moment our project was born..

“The first time I really saw Drag Queens was in Sao Paulo in the Italian neighbourhood called Bella Vista some 5 years ago. There is a huge dancing club there. I was supposed to meet some friends there and have a good time. In Sao Paulo you always have to wait outside until you can come […] Continue reading →

Crowdfunding Video

 Our crowdfunding campaign starts on the 1st of April, but already today you can get a glimpse of our experiences. Interviews, photos, research, transformation diversity and many other issues will be included in our book “Drag  queens of the World”. So spread the word and share this video! Continue reading →

Drag queens want to lead a dignified life

PATNA: Baby Gupta (17 No Photo) looks a pretty, fair-complexioned, sexy girl. So much so that at a beer bar in Mumbai, nobody could suspect the gender of this cross-dresser bisexual. Dressed in a bright sari and a brief blouse and wearing a red lipstick, Baby hates to be called a “launda” or male dancer. […] Continue reading →