The TV host and pop icon told Andy Cohen he opted for comfort — and to maintain social graces.
"It was really freeing for me to create Shangela. And not because I’m hiding in the character. There’s a lot of me as D.J. in Shangela, and I have the same confidence now, in and out of drag. It’s something you have to build up."
“The best way to end a performance is to go out with a bang ― and bang I did," said the queen in our post-finale interview.
Desmond Is Amazing, the 10-year-old drag kid from New York City, is proof that the future is queer.
Lebanese LGBTQ people are still struggling with archaic “unnatural action" laws from the days of French colonization.
Marsha P. Johnson is known as one of the first to resist police brutality during the Stonewall Uprising.
Fan favorite Katya sparked a much-needed dialogue after announcing a yearlong career break.
"All things are temporary."
The hilarious drag superstars are currently promoting their new Viceland TV show.
"Shade: Queens of NYC" examines the less glitzy side of Manhattan's drag stars.