The History Of Drag, Part 1

Comedy, Featured  

By Jim Yousling Long, long ago, back in the misty eons of time, before television, before Jesus, before even Tina Turner, there was no such thing as drag. Everybody lived in caves and walked around carrying clubs and wearing the same stupid little fur outfits while they hunted and collected and tried to avoid getting…

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Next Level Drag Dominates Gender Bending Bushwig Festival

Entertainment, Featured  

By Evan Lambert This past weekend, in an abandoned factory on the outskirts of Brooklyn, a drag queen named Louisianna Purchase pushed a wooden cross up her butthole. Then she deep-throated the cross. Everyone cheered. It was just one of many boundary-pushing, gender-bending displays of subversiveness at New York’s latest Bushwig festival, a two-day long…

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Sissy That Walk of Fame


Clear your 2018 calendars. In the category of TELEVISION, illustrious media deity RuPaul Charles will be receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame! RuPaul is an extra shimmery celestial being among a list of worthy fellow recipients—like Shonda Rimes, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Minnie Mouse, Jennifer Lawrence—totally worth the $40,000 cost incurred by the…

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