Shea Couleé performing Applause by Lady Gaga in the Drag Matinee at Berlin Nightclub. 10.19.2013
Hands down one of our favorite queens ever, tearing up Chicago <3
jay2themie asked: My goodness, I think I just died and went to tumblr heaven! Great blog you have here :-)
Aww thanks!! Glad you like— stay tuned as it’s gonna be growing a lot in the coming weeks and we’ll be launching the official site with lots of exclusive shoots with queens that amaze! ~_^
osperitajdore asked: Love you blog
Thanks! Love your drag— you’re friggen gorgeous!
This commercial for a push-up bra seems like every other bra commercial you’ve ever had to watch, until the end. Cheeky, brave, wonderful.
DSquared SS13 Campaign
Starring Dean & Dan in face
Hide your shame…
and by shame I mean your boy brows.
Learn to use a glue stick, and don’t be a lazy bitch. It aint cute.
Seriously, unless you have gorgeous perfect lady brows (willam, adore), cover that shit. It ruins your whole face.
well this is fucking obnoxious. people can do drag however they want to. get the fuck off your high horses. drag is supposed to be about critique and community and self-discovery, not about ~experienced~ queens creating some ridiculous hierarchy and thinking that drag is about eyebrows.
Let’s not cut people down for having a different style, making a different creative choice with their drag, or for (heaven forbid) pushing you to want to try harder at your own drag. Drag should be a community, not some exclusive club meant to make others feel small. Yes you work hard for your drag, and people who work hard deserve recognition— but to assume you’re one of an elite group of hard-working queens is a mistake.
P.S. Some queens absolutely ROCK with their boy brows, and are prettier than all the other queens half-heartedly gluing down their brows and painting skinny lil brows on their foreheads. If you can pull off boy brows, for heavens sake honey, DO IT.
Sissy Spastik destroyed the crowd at The House of Santana Drag Show @ Berlin Nightclub with her sickening performance of Marilyn Manson’s “The Beautiful People”, serving up post-op plastic surgery andro realness, complete with plastic lips and a mouthful of fake blood.
We can’t get enough of this performance, and neither could any of the spectators that night, as Sissy put together a show from far outside the box and poured genuine passion all over the stage.