It’s the 10 year anniversary of RuPaul’s Drag Race, a show, which along with the Internet, has introduced drag queens to audiences that would have never ventured into a bar to see a drag show.
The first contestant from the series to come on this podcast was Jade Sotomayor, the Chicago Puerto Rican queen who captured the hearts of viewers with her fierce dance moves, gorgeous looks and meaty tuck.
For gals like Jade from season one of Drag Race, it’s not always been so easy to make a name for themselves, since their season was locked away in Ru’s vault for quite some time.
Today Jade Sotomayor, RuPaul’s Drag Race #originalfish joins us to take a look at how the show has changed society. Will everyone be a drag queen in the future?
Listen as Jade talks about her struggles overcoming depression, her friendships with other Rugirls and her upcoming appearance on Cooking with Drag Queens.