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New Release: Flawless – J. Scott Coatsworth

Flawless - J. Scott Coatsworth

QSFer J. Scott Coatsworth has a new gay sci-fi book out: Flawless. In Space, No One Can Hear You Sing … Grayson Eck’s life is a drag, in all the best possible ways. He’s perfectly happy working in the belt alone as a wildcatter, prospecting asteroids by … well, not exactly by day. At night, he transforms into the Inner System’s most famous Valeriana Storm — a secret identity that even his closest friends and family don’t know about. When someone tries to steal one of Greyson’s mining scores, he has half a mind to just toss the guy off … Read more

Movies: Melissa McCarthy: Ursula is ‘100%’ a Tribute to Drag Queens:

Melissa McCarthy as Ursula in the Little Mermaid

Melissa McCarthy is starring as the slippery sea witch Ursula in the upcoming reboot of The Little Mermaid – and the actor has now revealed that her character has drag queen roots. One of pop culture’s best-loved and queer-coded villains, Disney’s evil sea witch Ursula will be played by Melissa McCarthy in the upcoming live-action remake of The Little Mermaid – and if the latest glimpse of the film is anything to go by, it looks as though McCarthy’s new incarnation will be living up to the watery wonder of the animated classic. Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, the Bridesmaids and … Read more

FILM: New Wonder Woman 1984 Trailer: Drag Queen Kicks and A Date With Another Woman?

Wonder Woman 1984 Trailer

The Wonder Woman 1984 trailer is an instant queer classic and the internet will not hear otherwise. Gal Gadot is back as Diana Prince, immortal demigoddess, Amazon princess and bonafide bisexual icon, for another instalment of the Worlds of DC. Wonder Woman 1984 sees the warrior’s story jump ahead by about 70 years, as the title suggests, to the era of mullets, aerobics and – on a less iconic note – Section 28. The trailer gives fans their first glimpse of Kristen Stewart’s character, Cheetah, who appears to be on a date with Diana. Full Story at Pink News

5 drag queens and LGBT faves who could play The Little Mermaid’s Ursula


When Disney announced that Halle Bailey—a black singer and actor–would play Ariel in its live action remake of The Little Mermaid, the news was taken by some as a hint that producers might cast other key roles diversely—including main villain and LGBT+ icon Ursula. The original 1989 animation drew Ursula as a vampy sea witch with purple skin, bold blue eye makeup and a shock of white hair—a design heavily inspired by subversive drag queen Divine, real name Glenn Milstead. According to a 2016 article in Hazlitt, the film’s producer and lyricist Howard Ashman might even have considered casting Milstead for the … Read more

New Animated Drag Superhero Show Coming From Netflix

Super Drags

Netflix dropped the teaser today for an animated series about superhero drag queens called Super Drags. From the description: “During the day, they work in a department store and deal with their uptight bitchy boss. By night, they tighten up their corsets and transform into the baddest SUPER DRAGS in town, ready to combat shade and rescue the world’s glitter from the evil villains. Get ready, because the SUPER DRAGS are going deeper than you think.” By Andy Towle – Full Story at Towleroad

ENTERTAINMENT: Disney Princes Become Queens

What would happen if Disney princes hung up their swords and boots for sequins and blush? You don’t need to imagine it, as one artists has created 10 incredible mash ups of Drag Race and Disney. Isaiah Stephens, posting on his Tumblr, wrote: ‘I personally think that Rupaul’s Drag Race is one of the best shows on television. To see what some of these queens can do is simply incredible. You don’t have to be gay or a woman to appreciate talent. What these contestants can do with just makeup and wit is pure magic. And what’s more magical than Disney?! … Read more

Drag Queen Heroines and Villains

Queen magazine has exclusively provided Dragaholic and Queerty with 16 incredible photos, captured for their first and second issues by photographer Magnus Hastings. Issues one and two, the heroine and villain issues respectively, are guaranteed to make anybody who grew up in the ’80s and ’90s feel nostalgic. Which heroin or villain did you love most as a child? Leave a comment below and let us know! Story from Queerty