Jan 18, 2021
This week the Amieys luck out and have a fabulous conversation with Momma Ashley Rose about her work with LGBTQ youth, and what it means to be a “family-friendly” Drag Queen. And if you’re just listening on your phone, you should really check out the video here.
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The first person to describe himself as "the queen of drag" was William Dorsey Swann, born enslaved in Hancock, Maryland, who in the 1880s started also hosting drag balls in Washington, DC attended by other men who were former slaves, and often raided by the police, as documented in the newspapers.