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The Drag Troupe For Kings and Queens With Learning Disabilities

The Drag Troupe For Kings and Queens With Learning Disabilities

Drag as an art form is a global phenomenon and worldwide industry. Queens are now celebrities, with shows like RuPaul’s Drag Race beamed into households across the world. But people with learning disabilities have remained largely shut out of the world of drag. Drag Syndrome—a new drag show featuring drag queens and kings, all of whom have Down’s syndrome—looks to change that.

A Little Bit of Tammie: Catching Up With Tammie Brown

A Little Bit of Tammie: Catching Up With Tammie Brown

Tammie has recently released an EP titled A Little Bit of Tammie. The first tune, “Lip-Sync Suicide” was written for her by her creative partner Rodrigo Beroso, who also wrote songs for her like “Clam Happy,” “Love Piñata,” and “I Stay Connected.” The inspiration behind “Lip-Sync Suicide? Tammie’s refusal to lip-synch to Michelle Williams' “Break The Dawn” on Drag Race.

Life's A Country Drag With Trixie Mattel

Life's A Country Drag With Trixie Mattel

What do country music, RuPaul’s Drag Race, 16 strips of fake eyelashes and Milwaukee have in common? Trixie Mattel! From the moment Trixie Mattel walked into the Werk Room on season 7 of Drag Race, she exuded charisma and charm. Although Trixie was eliminated early in the competition in episode 4, she became a fan favorite and was brought back in episode 8 only to be eliminated once again in episode 10. Trixie’s rise to the top didn’t end there, she went on to star with fellow season 7 alum Katya in Viceland’s The Trixie & Katya Show, where they delve into a single topic like sex, money, spirituality, and the internet. This year, Trixie returned to Drag Race to take the crown in All Stars Season 3.