Lady Voldemort, the Dark Lord Drag Queen, Is Here to Snatch Your Soul

Lady Voldemort, the Dark Lord Drag Queen, Is Here to Snatch Your Soul

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2018 is truly a great year for Halloween content, and now as we are approaching the sacred day, the apex of the gay solar calendar, we have been truly blessed.  San Francisco/Miami queen Florida Man (also known by her full name, Florida Elizabeth Man), who is known for her strange and bewildering incorporations of pop culture into her performances, has just gone viral for one of her “Lady Voldemort” performances.     Lady Voldemort is a character developed by Florida Man for what she describes (in an interview with Teen Vogue) as as a queer take on the Harry Potter universe:   Part of what I’m doing with …

Halleloo – RuPaul Is Releasing a New Book

Halleloo – RuPaul Is Releasing a New Book

In the midst of season 10 of RuPaul’s Drag Race, we have been blessed with a new book from the drag mother herself, RuPaul. In a recent interview with People Magazine, RuPaul revealed the cover and some details about the upcoming book, GuRu by RuPaul.      Via Giphy   In the interview, RuPaul explained that the book is a “collection of meaningful phrases and quotes that have helped me navigate the chaos of modern life.” Alongside the inspirational messages, more than eighty photographs of Ru through the years will also be included that illustrate the concept of “building the life you …

Drag Queen Story Time Puts the Read in Reading Rainbow

Drag Queen Story Time Puts the Read in Reading Rainbow

There is something very fishy about these librarians. On a Saturday morning, drag queens Ida Kay, Blair St. Clair, and Halle Pino are reading the rainbow to a room full of children some stories.   The event “Drag Queen Storytime” is hosted at Indianapolis Central Library. It has been newly added to their calendar since its start in June and has been a huge success. The most recent one held July 22nd was an encore of the first.   These queens weren’t the only ones playing dress-up. Indianapolis Central Library’s event “encouraged to dress up as their favorite superhero and listen …