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drag queen

noun as in performer whose act stylizes femininity

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I didn’t see drag queens and it felt a bit muted, but I’m happy we had such a peaceful and fun Pride.

On two consecutive free admission Wednesday nights in August, OTC presents “Olney in Drag,” a two-part extravaganza where audiences are asked “enjoy a drink as these fabulous drag queens shine brighter than the stars in the evening sky.”

She told me that “everyone knows what a drag queen is by now.”

What I don’t expect to see is a drag queen getting arrested.

Admission is $20 and will feature performances from several drag queens from the state.

Nicki Minaj popularized “yaaasssss” with her song “Yasss Bish” and she claims the pronunciation has roots in drag-queen culture.

Treacherous thatched-roof-haired drag-queen Linda Tripp, with those dress-for-success shoulder pads?

That the doll would become so widely known as “Drag Queen Barbie” “was not expected,” a Mattel spokesperson says.

“Drag Queen Barbie looks just like regular Barbie,” says Hillary Busis at Entertainment Weekly.

Actually, “Drag Queen Barbie is the most fabulous Barbie yet,” adds Carmel Lobello at Death and Taxes.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to drag queen, such as: bio queen, drag artist, female impersonator, crossdresser, and transvestite.

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