Tuck Some Digital Ones into Some Digital Fishnets
Some queens would perform for an audience of zero if they were the last human on earth. Luckily, that's not the case.
“Everybody’s doing tons of creative stuff,” says drag eminence Juanita MORE!, who also sits on the Queer Nightlife Fund’s Steering Committee. “Somebody did a workout online and was asking for tips, a makeup tutorial, a wig tutorial -- it’s also forcing drag queens to be more creative.”
“Not me,” she adds. “I’m busy growing a beard until I need to shave it off to appear on Twitch.”
Virtually every queen has put out the call, like SF’s own RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 12 competitor Rock M. Sakura.
Don’t be fooled by the fact that drag queens can sometimes be, um, intimidating. Hit ’em up direct, says VivvyAnne ForeverMORE!
“Anyone who has touched you, made you think, lifted your spirits, or been kind -- you should reach out,” she says. “I believe this type of one-on-one support is so incredibly heartwarming to those of us in need!”
Tip your queens!