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How Orlando Changed Pride For The Queens Of ‘RuPaul’s All Stars Drag Race’

“If anything it should make us all stronger and be even more gay.” More »


Here’s Everything Coming To Hulu In June For Those Of You Who Prefer To ‘Hulu And Chill’

Sure the expression is ‘Netflix and Chill’ but there are other options out there. In fact, Netflix’s competitors are uping their content game so to keep up and become cliché status as well. Here’s a list of all of the shows and movies coming to Hulu in June as well as a list of the… More »


RuPaul’s Entrance To The ‘Drag Race’ Finale Is Everything A Grand Entrance Should Be

No, she did not enter “purse first” because that would have been blatantly biased, since that is a trademark expression belonging to one of the finalists. Season 8 of RuPaul’s Drag Race is nearing its finale and it has been one of the strongest seasons in the her-story of Drag Race. RuPaul kills it on the runway… More »


6 Reasons Why Watching ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Will Dramatically Improve Your Life

Last Sunday, Anna Kendrick entered the Met Gala “purse first” and posted a picture of her doing so on Instagram. Any fan of RuPaul’s Drag Race would immediately recognize this reference as the instantly-iconic catchphrase originated by Season Eight contestant, Bob The Drag Queen. There are countless reasons why you should be watching this season of DragMore »


RuPaul Reveals A Lot About Gay Culture and Why We’re Wasting Our Time Educating The Youth

He’s also not too hot on Lip Sync Battle stealing his idea More »


Hold Onto Your Wigs: Meet the Queens of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 8

Hello, hello, HELLO, squirrelfriends. More »


Here Are The Ladies From “Drag Race” Dressed Like The “Golden Girls”

Thank you for being a friend. More »


Let’s Discuss Tonight’s “RuPaul’s Drag Race” Finale

Hey squirrelfriends! It’s time for that moment we’ve all been waiting for: the season finale of “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” What started with 14 queens has been whittled down via fierce competition and lip syncs to the top three. And tonight, Ru will crown either Violet Chachki, Ginger Minj, or Pearl as America’s Next Drag Superstar. More »


Weekend Shut-In Worksheet: Skip The Theater And Watch These Instead

We are in the throes of the first long weekend of the summer, so your dance card is most likely full of barbecues and picnics, but if you’re using this time to recharge and eschew the warm embrace of humanity for the equally sweet embrace of your own private solitude, here are three things youMore »


“RuPaul’s Drag Race” Promises It Will No Longer Use The Transgender Slur “She-male”

The reality show “RuPaul’s Drag Race” announced it will no longer use the word “she-male,” a slur against transgender folks. They also promised to quit doing a segment called “Female or She-male?” in which contestants had to guess, based on a photograph, whether a they were looking at a cisgender woman (someone who identifies… More »


“RuPaul’s Drag Race” Promo Poster Is A Big “Tuck You” To “Duck Dynasty”

Move over “Duck Dynasty” and make room for the Tuck Dynasty. “Duck Dynasty”‘s 28 percent dive in viewership during the season five premiere this week proves that at least three million people are not gonna stand for Phil Robertson’s offensive comments about bestiality, gay sex and statutory rape. In other words, that’s three million more… More »


I Knew I Made It In Life When…

I spend the majority of my time feeling like a failure. I’m not trying to solicit sympathy or be self-deprecating here  — I should say, rather, that I prefer to focus on what I haven’t accomplished rather than what I have. It’s a disease that I aspire to conquer someday. Nevertheless, I have fleeting moments… More »


5 Drag Queen Rules From RuPaul To Nicole Richie

Nicole Richie is on a mission to be a bit more of a drag queen. So who better to learn from than the most legendary lady of them all, RuPaul?

“I don’t want to regret that I didn’t take advantage of my drag years,” Richie admits in the latest episode of her hit AOL webseries,… More »


4 Quotes From RuPaul’s New York Times Interview That Blew My Mind

The New York Times’ Marcus Mabry scored an interview with my idol, RuPaul Charles. Obvs, I’m totally jealous. But I can put my feelings aside and say that this video has further solidified Ru’s status as my Life Hero. The “Drag Race” star talked about many interesting subjects including counter culture, gay icons, LGBTQ rights… More »


In Which RuPaul Takes Drag To A Spiritual Level

“Drag is about mocking identity, mocking the facade. Drag is an extension of the realization that, ‘You mean, the thing I think I am, I’m not really?’ Exactly. So have fun with it. Change it. That’s why I think drag comes up against so much opposition from people, because the ego knows drag is a… More »


RuPaul Does Not Suffer Award Show Fools

“I didn’t see the Golden Globes, because the idea of watching of watching the popular rich kids in high school congratulating themselves, the idea of the popular, beautiful rich kids from high school putting on a show to congratulate themselves … oh boy.”
RuPaul, on the whole trouble with awards season, in Paper magazine. Ru also… More »


“RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” Talk Presidential Debates And Other Important Stuff

I was too wrapped up trying to stay safe during Hurricane Sandy to watch last night’s episode of “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars,” but this interview with the GOILS will have to suffice in the meantime. Julie Klausner chatted with the queens about important election issues (like which candidate is hotter), dressing up Halloween and… More »


“RuPaul’s Drag All Stars” Are Not RuPologizing, They Are Taking “Responsitrannity”

Werk! “RuPual’s Drag Race” is baaaackkk! You can read a full recap of last night’s premiere episode here. During last season’s finale, disqualified queen Willam Belli refused to RuPologize for breaking the rules of his/her contract to appear on the show — including seeing his husband on the sly while filming. The opposite of RuPologizing… More »


“The Real Dragwives Of Atlanta”

Dida Ritz and Latrice Royale of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” brilliantly recreate Nene Leakes and Sheree Whitfield’s famous falling out on “The Real Housewives of Atlanta.” Some of the most creative shade throwing I’ve seen in a while. Next episode suggestion: Sheree’s infamous fight with the party planner, Anthony. I think Dida can serve up some… More »


“RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars” Is Sashaying Our Way

WERK! Take that, Tyra and your “America’s Next Top Model All-Stars.” “RuPaul’s Drag Race” is doing an all-stars season, and obviously, it will be way better. Sister against sister, squirrelfriend against squirrelfriend — 12 of the best Queens are back to battle it out on the catwalk. Ahem. Pandora Box and Latrice Royale are getting… More »


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