Exclusive Interview: Navajo Drag Queen featured on HBO’s We’re Here Lady Shug “normally people who are not queer or two-spirit or part of our culture speak for us”

If you're a regular reader of The Queer Review you'll already know that we are big fans of HBO's We're Here, which has been helping to uplift us and give us some comfort and hope during self-isolation. And, without fail, making us cry! We've already spoken exclusively to We're Here's drag mothers, Drag Race alum,... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Drag Race’s blessed & highly favoured Heidi N Closet “it’s amazing how the drag community has been able to adapt in these difficult times”

She may not have made it to tomorrow night's RuPaul's Drag Race season 12 grand finale, but she has undoubtedly won an indelible place in viewers' hearts, and is likely to snatch this year's Miss Congeniality title. Hailing from the small country town of Ramseur, North Carolina, Heidi added some new phrases to the Drag... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: 1950s NYC drag queen doc P.S. Burn This Letter Please filmmakers Michael Seligman & Jennifer Tiexiera “gay history did not begin at Stonewall”

Due to world premiere at April's postponed Tribeca Film Festival, a stunning new documentary co-directed by Michael Seligman and Jennifer Tiexiera, P.S. Burn This Letter Please, looks back at the lives of several New York drag queens during the 1950s and 60s, and introduces us to some of them now in eighties and nineties with... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: star of HBO’s We’re Here & Drag Race superstar Bob the Drag Queen “being queer is the best thing that’s ever happened to me”

With the second episode of HBO's brilliant new unscripted series We're Here airing tonight, we caught up with actor, stand-up comedian and one of the most in-demand queens in the country, RuPaul's Drag Race season 8 winner Bob the Drag Queen, who also goes by their equally fabulous non-drag name, Caldwell Tidicue. Bob is not... Continue Reading →

Film Review: Leave it to Levi ★★★★

A star is porn, sorry born, in Jake Jaxson’s Leave it to Levi which had its world premiere at Mexico’s prestigious Guadalajara International Film Festival in March and subsequently screened at the Tel Aviv LGBT Film Festival and last week’s Porn Film Festival Berlin. Leave It To Levi Official Poster The documentary begins by making... Continue Reading →

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