Friday, January 29, 2016

HERE'S TO THE LADIES.....

These are the ladies that have done all the work, laid the ground rules down. These are the ones that were there before us, the ones we will not let be forgotten. If not for these talented and brave performers, us modern day gals, queens and showgirls may not have the success and careers we currently possess. Happy Drag Month!!! 

21 comments:

  1. That is some array of talent!
    Thanks for the history lesson!

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  2. Thank you for this, and for the month itself. :-)

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  3. Glad to see Billy Tipton and Storme Delarvarie on the list! Your drag history month was a big success, Mistress, thanks!

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  4. As much as I missed your regular posts, what a wonderful month of drag history and remembering such beauty, talent, and ground pioneers. They and we can be proud of the part of gay community heritage.

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  5. Wow, this massive assemblage of Queens certainly does deserve a Bravo! and...even more aptly, a Bravissimo!

    You've given us some fantastic insight into Drag History Month.

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  6. Mistress B,
    I really enjoyed this feature in January. Thank you for your good writing & hard work.

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  7. A great homage to all these queens....and the whole month. I can really tell it is a passion and pride.

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  8. I WANT TO BE A DRAG QUEEN WHEN I GROW UP!!!!

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  9. Not one to miss a fabulous conga line, Thank you for a great month of herstery!

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  10. What a great month of interesting reading Mistress. I even got a great book out of it. As your well aware Miss Hope Springs is coming to New Hope

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  11. What an amazing month of drag education!!!! It has been a great read. As for above...that's a whole lot of eyeliner and Aqua Net.

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  12. I thought these posts were just terrific. Not to sound condescending, but you should be proud of them. You are an important chronicler of Drag. Sing Out, Louise!

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  13. Something to be proud of for sure.Another great month of history learned. You should really be the go -to person for a who's who of drag queens I swear!

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  14. Where is a hanky!!!! Such a lovely honor! I'd kiss ya, but I'm afraid my gum will slip out!!!!

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  15. A veritable cavalcade of fabulosity! A fitting, shall we say, climax to Drag History Month?

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  16. What would the collective noun for a group of drag queens be, I wonder? A "scream", perhaps? Or a "tuck"? A "fierceness"? Jx

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  17. I have just found your wonderful blog and it is quite addictive...it's content. I have been on for three hors reading. I absolutely loved your drag history month!

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Go ahead darling, tell me something fabulous!

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