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Drag As Activism

Drag remains a force for change even as it becomes more commercial. Take a deep dive into the resilience of drag culture looking at it’s past, present and future, with Queens who are advocates for not just LGBTQ rights, but for a wide range of issues.

These queens prove drag has always been political

Drag queens across the nation are taking a different kind of stage, hoping to make a direct impact on their communities. Honey Mahogany, Maebe A Girl, and Marti Gould are sashaying their way into the halls of government while Nina West and Bob the Drag Queen know the secret of drag: It’s political.

Chevrolet is matching donations to Black Queer Town Hall up to $25,000

Black Queer Town Hall is a Non-Profit organization led by Peppermint and Bob The Drag Queen that is committed to celebrating black queer excellence by supporting and cultivating community, sharing knowledge, and uplifting voices.

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votes for the first out gay man to run for office, Drag Queen Jose Serria, in 1961

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