Kindness is in short supplies these days, so it’s great to see Chicago’s Queen of Nice, Alexis, snatch the coveted crown on Camp Wannakiki. Today Alexis P Bevels, the winner of Camp Wannakiki joins us to take a look at her time at the drag internment camp and what it takes to go all way!
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Attention all campers! Pack your bags. We’re headed to the wilds of Camp Wannakiki with Ashley and Brandon Wright’s drag alter she-go’s: Apple Brown Betty and Cherry Pi Sugarbaker.
Today the twins who run Hamburger Mary’s share their story on how they went from burger brothers to campy sisters with their new reality series Camp Wannakiki.
By breaking all the rules, Divine ushered in the era of the modern drag queen built on rebellion. Drag used to focus on female impersonation but Divine took it in a whole new direction that’s still being celebrated.
Today Peaches Christ, joins us to take a look at the life and legacy of America’s first drag superstar- Divine. Why are drag queens who came of age at the time of RuPaul and Lady Bunny were more interested in being rebels than passing as beautiful women?
As Jackie Beat sang with Alaska in the album Poundcake, if there’s something you love about drag queens, Jackie Beat invented that.
Today the self proclaimed “World’s Biggest Bitch” Jackie Beat, joins us from her chateau in California to weigh in on Heklina’s marathon roast. Who knew there was so much shade to throw her way?
A lot has happened since we first started the podcast 12 years ago: Marriage Equality, drag queens TV superstars, PrEP effectively stops HIV and trans is the new battleground for civil rights.
Today we take a look at how life has changed for us and our audience by taking a look back at some of the major events that have happened in real life and on the show.