drag queen


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drag queen

Female impersonator, gynemimetic Sexology A ♂ with ♀ affect–often 'overplayed'; a ♂ homosexual and ♀ wannabe, with ♂ genitalia; DQs may take hormones to ↑ breasts, and thus are hormonally, but not surgically “enhanced.” See Transsexuals, Transvestite. Cf Andromimetic.
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Toni Collette, left, and Nia Vardalos portray murder witnesses who masquerade as drag queens in ``Connie and Carla.
His sentiments are shared by Angel Sheridan, who says the image of hundreds of life-size painted drag queens on city street corners would certainly bring a smile to the faces of the people of Manhattan.
On June 17, Auburn police charged a trio of drag queens with larceny over $250 after they were caught on camera stealing more than $1,500 worth of merchandize from the Glamour Boutique in Auburn.
On stage in front of a large, gold Ankh symbol flanked by two shirtless Egyptian male fan-bearers, five drag queens from Boston gyrated and strutted their stuff to pop music and then took it out into the audience - no holds barred.
Above, the show is presided over by a leather-clad drag queen who serves as master of (mistress?
And it was true that the drag queens seemed to embody an authenticity that eluded the movie stars they imitated.
When the Hiltons posed for a photo with a blond-wigged and begowned Arquette, it was pretty hard to figure out who was the real drag queen .
The 7ft 6in New Yorker spends a gruelling three hours slapping on the war paint for his glitzy drag queen act.
Petra claimed Johnny had notched up a third win disguised as a woman, saying: "I recognise a drag queen when I see one", while a huge photo of Linda flashed up on the screen.
HIGH-HEELED drag queen Lily Savage was the star of the show at the opening performance of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs last night.
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With the exaggerated boobies and bawdiness of a drag queen and immunity to even remedial glamorization, Bette Midler exemplified the Jewess as sublime grotesque body.