DRAG

Culture

Vibrant portraits of the global drag community in self-isolation

Photographer Damien Frost captures drag queens and club kids from all over the world -- from Paris to New York -- via FaceTime.
Rolien Zonneveld
4.23.20
Culture

The Atlanta queen taking your local drag scene to the internet

Thanks to social distancing regulations, nightlife across the world has ground to a halt. Biqtch Puddin' is trying to help artists who rely on gigs for their livelihood with a weekly drag show, still as fabulous as the real thing, but completely online.
Gina Tonic
4.17.20
Music

Brazilian drag superstar Pabllo Vittar is the antidote to 2020

The pop icon on the importance of fun, her love of anime, and the political drive behind her career.
Jake Hall
4.17.20
Music

Jasmine Infiniti makes deliciously dark, apocalyptic rave music

New York’s Queen of Hell on 'BXTCH SLÄP', her debut album full of throbbing techno and demonic ballroom beats.
Nick Fulton
4.2.20
Culture

Meet Amsterdam's new generation of womxn and non-binary drag queens

These five queens are claiming their rightful spot in the Amsterdam drag scene by turning otherworldly looks and giving fierce performances.
Jan Hürxkens
12.18.19
Culture

all the diverse performers you won't see on rupaul's drag race uk

While we're excited for the show, that doesn't erase the fact that the UK scene is *way* more interesting and inclusive than RuPaul could imagine.
Tom Rasmussen
10.3.19
Fashion

yvie oddly is a beautiful weirdo

Since winning RuPaul's Drag Race season 11, Yvie Oddly's life has been transformed. For The Post Truth Truth Issue, she tells i-D about the wild ride and how she's ushering in a new, decidedly odd era of drag.
Roisin Lanigan
9.23.19
Culture

drag terrorist christeene is a brand new breed of american celebrity

Ahead of her groundbreaking new show at the Barbican, we catch up with the performance artist who plays ass-cheeks like bongo drums, twerks in Walmart and stormed the Church of Scientology.
Philippa Snow
9.19.19
Culture

meet the drag troupe changing the face of online gaming

The Stream Queens are creating a safe space for queer gamers, away from the white, cis and het majority that dominates streaming platforms like Twitch.
Ed Nightingale
8.23.19
Culture

shrek 666 is the drag star making ogres sexy

The Scottish performer tells us why we should all go be going green.
Frankie Dunn
8.20.19
Culture

these are the new faces of amsterdam’s drag scene

Showing that drag is more than exaggerated femininity.
Rolien Zonneveld
8.20.19
Culture

unseen photos of new york's 90s drag and trans icons

Photographer Remsen Wolff's forgotten archive is finally being shown to the public.
Lianne Kersten
8.19.19
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