And All That Drag is the newest Podcast production. It joins three other productions (The Short Box, After Dark Frequencies, and The Weekly Roundup) as a regular episodic program. This one is devoted to Drag Culture! (So excited)
Welcome to the second episode! (Check out our first episode here!)
In this episode we discuss transgender news and issues ranging from former RuPaul's Drag Race contestants talking about their struggles to The CW's "SuperGirl" having a transgender actress playing a transgender superhero. Plus, hear all about an Instagram post that combines RuPaul's Drag Race season nine "Untucked" with Pokemon and the World of Wonder's 2018 WOWIE Award nominations.
Shannon Quinlan - Twitter
@dragqueenstoryhour - Instagram
RuPaul's Drag Race - Facebook Page
Willam Belli - YouTube Channel
@willam - Twitter
About the Dragsters
Hi, I’m Shannon Quinlan - a journalist and reviewer currently in the Rochester, New York area. I got my first taste of drag two years ago watching RuPaul's Drag Race season seven and the local Rochester drag scene. The energy the local drag performers give off when performing, which energizes the audience, is always thrilling.
Hi, I'm Reno Greenidge-Bullock, a I am a journalist, gamer, secret flash dancer, and part-time model from Brooklyn, New York. Well 50 % of that is true I will let that fantasy be yours and yours alone. My first taste of drag came in the form of a glamorous pink fur coat wearing, red bull sipping, Queen making her way home on the L train as I made my way to work. Since then I fell in love with RuPaul's Drag Race starting all the way back from season 1 and the thriving drag scene here in New York.
I find the work that goes into the jaw dropping drag performers and performances from head to toe to be so interesting. As a co host on my new podcast with Shannon Quinlan I hope to share my adoration of the art of drag and the queer culture behind it with the masses, so tune in, and hold on for a wild ride.
Music Composition, Arrangement and Performances
Sean Michael Rogers