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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
shrek 666 is the drag star making ogres sexy
The Scottish performer tells us why we should all go be going green.
these are the new faces of amsterdam’s drag scene
Showing that drag is more than exaggerated femininity.
unseen photos of new york's 90s drag and trans icons
Photographer Remsen Wolff's forgotten archive is finally being shown to the public.
meet the artist haunting instagram with her eerie beauty looks
Pyro Muse draws inspiration from the Victorian era, porcelain dolls, and antique treasures she finds in secondhand shops.
meet the performers of house of yes, brooklyn's iconic sex-positive nightclub
"I feel like I can be my most authentic, eccentric, queer self, and feel beautiful and celebrated for it."
a guide to nyc's best drag shows during pride
Pay tribute (and tips) to the city's hard-working queens at these venues.
trixie mattel cements her legacy with a new documentary
‘Trixie Mattel: Moving Parts’ shows Brian Firkus going through personal and professional challenges as the beloved drag alter-ego.