Drag bans and anti-LGBTQ+ legislation are being introduced around the world, but three films at TIFF prove that the art of drag will be a big part of award season—haters be damned.
“Drag Race” lovers know and love the iconic queen Peppermint. Her small role in a new Netflix comedy shows that everyone else would love her too—if she ever got to be the star.
This season’s gimmick—eliminated queens compete for online votes throughout the season—was revealed to be a complicated disaster designed to rig votes. So disappointing.
It’s the makeover challenge on this week’s “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars,” with the queens putting lesbians in drag while debating the reclaiming of triggering queer slurs.
Drag story hours have become a target for the far right, but a coalition of volunteers is standing between extremists and the library.
“And Don’t F&%k It Up!: An Oral History of RuPaul’s Drag Race” spills a lot of tea, including about the time Jujubee got loaded before Lip Sync for Your Life.
The Paramount+ competition, where drag queens from around the world sing live for a chance to win $250,000, is back, with a contestant whose drag name belongs in a hall of fame.