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RuPaul throws shade at past 'Drag Race' queens with new song

  All we can say is that the “library is officially open!” Fans think RuPaul’s new song is throwing some shade to some of the queens featured on 'Drag Race.' The song, titled “Blame It On The Edit,” seemingly features a narrative of a person who is unhappy with how they were portrayed on the show. And the lyrics say a lot.  "She wanna blame it on the edit, you the one who said it," the lyrics read. "Go'on and take the credit, bitch. You the one who said It, bitch. How you gon' regret it? Blame it on the edit, blame it on the edit."  The track is featured on Ru's new album MAMARU. It is the performer's 14th...

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We're Here just dropped season 2 in time for LGBTQ History Month

  HBO’s Emmy-nominated series We’re Here just dropped its season 2 premiere, just in time for National Coming Out Day and LGBTQ History Month! The unscripted reality series follows RuPaul’s Drag Race’s popular drag queens Bob The Drag Queen, Eureka O’Hara, and Shangela as they visit small-town America to share the art of drag.  During their visit, the queens recruit local residents to participate in a drag show and inspire them to be their genuine selves in front of their family, friends, and their community. In the season-two premiere, the trio visits Spartanburg, South Carolina, and catch up with Noah, who grapples with gender expression. Lesbian plus-size model Faith finds . Later, we meet Olin, who wants to bring his...

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Happy National Coming Out Day 2021

  National Coming Out Day is an annual celebration with a goal of shining light on individuals within the LGBTQ+ community and their decisions to share their gender identities and sexual orientation with the public. This year’s theme: “Born to Shine!” The observance was founded by Richard Eichberg, a gay rights activist, in 1988 to mark the second anniversary of a march on Oct. 11, 1987 where an estimated 500,000 marched in Washington to for Lesbian and Gay Rights, according to the American Psychological Association. Additionally, the purpose of National Coming Out Day, which takes place annually on Oct. 11, is not only to celebrate those who have come out, but to support those who choose those still keeping their...

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Call Me Mother show casts drag queens, kings and nonbinary contestants

  RuPaul’s Drag Race alum Peppermint and Crystal and Barbada de Barbades are teaming up to host a new Canadian reality tv series called “Call Me Mother.” Each queen will serve as mother of their own drag house, with the three groups competing against one another in a series of challenges. Every week for eight weeks, one group will lose the challenge, and the mother will have to choose one of her drag children to go home.   Get ready for Call Me Mother! Premiering on @OUTtv & @FROOTtvUK Monday October 25th at 9pmET/PT!@Peppermint247@crystalwillseeu pic.twitter.com/CeZOcnxnjU — OUTtv (@OUTtv) October 6, 2021    Peppermint will serve as mother of the House of Dulcet, Crystal will lead the House of Glass, and...

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