The UNSW Bookshop will be the venue for the launch of Dr Kerryn Drysdale’s new book, Intimate Investments in Drag King Cultures: The rise and …
The Pollys Club, one of Australia’s longest-running LGBTQI social nights, will celebrate its 55th birthday with a fabulous ‘Drag-a-ganza’ dance this Saturday July 20.
“When you first start drag it should be for fun and shouldn’t be for financial gain.”
“My dad wanted me to be a footy player and my mum wanted me to be a lawyer. I became a contemporary dancing, bearded drag queen and artistic director.”
“I caught up with the perpetrator and promptly started laying into him, with bracelets flying and people prising me off saying, ‘That’s enough Maude!'”
“Be yourself. Don’t copy other queens, try to be original. And most importantly be nice. There is a difference between being sassy and being outright rude.”
“No-one in a club wants to see a ballad after 11pm. And put some damn colour in that cheek, y’all are starting to look like corpses.”