Illusion Ventura, Whittier College
Formerly a member (often under duress) of the controversial emo band, the young musician has embraced who they are and isn’t afraid to let the world know.
Jackie Sizing, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The competition is fierce. Who’s going to take home the crown?
Lauren Buchko, Michigan State University
With kings, queens and many other types of performers, this world has so much more to offer than the VH1 show would have you think.
Rickea Bell, Saint Peter’s University
RuPaul just created a heartwarming Netflix series featuring a drag queen and one foul-mouthed 10-year-old.
Isador Pinto, Ringling College of Art + Design
With a small budget but a monstrous fan base, the Boulet Brothers’ alternative drag competition showcases the multifaceted world of drag art that RuPaul leaves out of her show.
Veronica Kuffel, University of Wisconsin-Madison
How iconic bars like the Gay 90’s have been dragging a stubborn society to a more welcoming future.
Kala Horvat, University of Georgia
Drag is so much more than competing for a crown.
Grace John, Rutgers University
The rules are simple: don’t be a weirdo.
Michael Wu, Case Western Reserve University
He changes his face every day, but his fans weren’t so happy about his New Year’s transformation.
The network has a track record of overexposing its brightest stars until they dim and burn out.
Fans and contestants have noticed that the entertaining, drama-filled show is actually pretty controversial.
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