Drag queens have been around for decades, if not centuries. And female impersonators can be traced back to ancient times. Drag queens may have started as males dressing up as women, and trying to look as much like women as possible, but that is certainly no longer the case. Being a drag queen is an art form and there are drag queens of all genders and all sexual orientations.
Right now, thanks to RuPaul's Drag Race some drag queens are extremely well known with millions of fans and sold-out shows. A huge change from when drag queens were mostly known for performing in nightclubs and bars.
Get her ready for a runway walk on RuPaul's Drag Race, for a drag pageant, for a stage show, or a photo shoot for a magazine cover (like Jaida Essence Hall on Vogue!).
Dress Up Game