Category Archives: Drag Queens

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How Drag Queens Shaped Today’s Biggest Makeup Trends

An absolutely fascinating look into how today’s current makeup looks (AKA “Insta-makeup” or “Selfie Makeup”) developed from drag queen trends over the years.

Canada now allows “X” Gender on Passports

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Canadians will now be allowed to have a neutral gender on their Canadian passport and immigration documents.

The Ministry of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship announced that a new gender designation, “X,” for those who don’t identify as male or female, will be available starting Aug. 31st, 2019.

“Canadian citizens and residents deserve to be respected and have the opportunity to live according to their own identity. As of today, individuals who do not identify exclusively as female or male can have an “X” printed on their passport, travel document, citizenship certificate or permanent resident card.”

Those who would like to replace their current documents with gender “X” can do so with no fee until June 4, 2020.

It’s the latest in a series of policy changes supported by Bill C-16, which defends the rights of transgender people and makes it illegal to discriminate based on “gender identity or expression.”

For more information:
https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/news/notices/gender-x-documents.html

Kink Music Vid of the Month: “Party For One”

Canadian Carly Rae Jepsen has at long last returned with a new single and video, with a few cameo shots of various sex toys!

Enjoy!!

Drag Superstars at Montreal’s 2018 Pride Festival!

Get ready for the biggest edition of Drag Superstars ever presented for Montreal’s Pride Festival!

The event, presented by M.A.C. Cosmetics, will be held on Thursday, August 16th, from 8 pm to 11 pm, on the TD Stage at Place des Faubourgs, Montreal, QC. Entry is FREE!

Bianca Del Rio, winner of the sixth season of RuPaul’s Drag Race, will host this three-hour show. Bringing a record number of drags from different seasons of the famous reality TV, this colorful evening will leave you with a lot of surprises!

List of artists: Bianco Del Rio, Adore Delano, AJA, Bebe Zahara Benet, Ongina, Pearl, Kameron Michaels, Miz Cracker, Monet X Change, Morgan McMichaels, Shangela, Pangina Heals, Darienne Lake, and Rita Baga.

Montreal Pride Month

Montreal Pride Festival 2018

Montreal Pride will be held from August 9th to 19th, 2018

Celebrate LGBTQ with a numerous events that include art, conferences, music, drag superstars, djs, dancing, sports competitions, and brunch. The Sunday afternoon parade is as inspiring as it is an awesome spectacle. Vibrant, proud, and colourful, this is a highlight of the Montreal year for all.

http://www.FierteMontrealPride.com/en/

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Le festival Fierté Montréal aura lieu du 9 au 19 août 2018.

Célébrez la communauté LGBTQ avec de nombreux événements qui incluent des conférences, de l’art, de la musique, des superstars de drag, djs, danses, des compétitions sportives et brunchs. Le défilé du dimanche après-midi est aussi inspirant que c’est un spectacle impressionnant. Vibrant, fier et coloré, c’est un moment fort de l’année montréalaise pour tous.

http://www.FierteMontrealPride.com

P!nk turns dominatrix in her latest music video!

P!nk and Channing Tatum explore cross-dressing, BDSM, and synchronized dance as a 50s-era couple — showing off a plethora of gorgeous outfits, from prim & proper vintage 50s to PVC dominatrix gear!

 

Montreal’s Divers/Cité Festival On Edge Of Bankruptcy

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Founded in 1994, Divers/Cité was responsible for the organization of the popular “Divers/Cité Festival”, a celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual and transvestite pride.

As of March 3rd, 2015, it sought protection from creditors, thus ending all it’s activities. According to documents from the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy Canada, total debt amounted to nearly $ 214,500. A third of the debt consists of salaries ($ 71,500) while the rest is divided between 23 other creditors.

Usually held in the Village, the festival was moved to the Old Port of Montreal in the summer of 2012, a blow by Suzanne Girard, co-founder and CEO of the organization.

“Since we were on the dock of the Old Port, we ate all our financial reserves”, she had said in the” Fugues magazine. “The fact that it is a free outdoor event, it was never profitable.”

For an in-depth article:

The Day Divers/Cité Died