Drag Queen Felicity Frockaccino on the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras 2018

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Sydney is known for three things: its beaches, its renowned Mardi Gras and its dazzling drag queens. Felicity Frockaccino is one such drag artist of many a year whose personality and persistence in the game has led her to a special spot in the hearts of many and the rabid competition of international pop singer, […]

RuPaul just met her match this Sydney Mardi Gras season: Deliveroo’s ROO-Paul

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The campest queen around, RuPaul may have just gotten her wig snatched this Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras by one local girl who’s putting her name on a different sort of crown; made of doughnuts! Sydney local drag artist Coco Jumbo and delivery rider Paul from food delivery service, Deliveroo, will be smashing out […]

Meet the drag queen: Lazy Susan

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It’s not every day you’re kicked out of a competition twice only to emerge the winner. Unless, of course, your name is Lazy Susan. The Melbourne drag queen might only be approaching her six month hump in drag, but what the self-proclaimed big ol’ campy faggot of a motherless drag queen might lack in experience […]

Meet the drag queen: DJ Kitty Glitter

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If you’d asked Ozan as a kid what he’d be when he grew up, he would have told you it would involve music and creativity somehow. Though no one saw just how creative that would be. He knew he was determined to be big, but never thought he’d be doing it all in a dress […]

Leading drag photographer Magnus Hastings and his first book, ‘Why Drag?’

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When you ask Magnus Hastings why he wanted to create a book devoted to the creativity and lady-like wonder of the drag queen, his reasoning is simple: “Because drag is everything!” He will tell you with enthusiasm. Adore shower curtain is finally back in stock Available from my website magnushastings.com ??#adoredelano #magnushastings #whydrag A post […]

Meet the drag queen: Hannah Conda

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As he walked through a shopping centre in York WA, dressed in a tutu, purple Diana Ross afro wig and a pair of plastic high heels he so affectionately dubbed ‘clip-clop’ shoes, it was obvious this young boy was meant for something different. Fast-forward about 20 years and the fully-fledged, full-time creative drag performer and […]

Meet the Drag Queen: Karen From Finance

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Karen is no ordinary queen. Yeah, sure, she puts on wigs, paints her face, pads-in her womanly bits with endless metres of foam; but it’s what lies beyond the façade and beneath the exterior that truly shifts what it means to be a drag queen in Melbourne’s growing scene. The on-stage persona of Richard Chadwick, […]

Meet the Drag Queen: Aysha Buffet, Dragnation Queen of 2016


Save a fateful piece for Gretchen Wieners, Miss Aysha Buffet graciously cracked the winner’s crown she’d only moments before received. It’s been awhile since I’ve done a throwback Thursday so I’m dedicating this one to all the hard work and perseverance I have put into the last year to come out the drag queen that […]