Saturday, January 05, 2019

Kansas City Drag Queen Big Shot!!!

Check this worthwhile look at a local competitor gearing up for a fierce battle that requires exceptional skill and performance just as much as any footballer and with only slightly more equipment required.

Checkit:

Monique Heart is ready for more RuPaul's Drag Race

She participated in Season 10 of RuPaul's Drag Race and now is back for a season of all stars!

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Worthwhile look"


LOL good sense of humor there.

Anonymous said...

Who proof reads TKC?

Anonymous said...

Big shot deep in his throat.

Anonymous said...

Are there contests where women dress up as men?

What network broadcasts such a television show?

Isn't this another example of discrimination against females?

Anonymous said...

This drag queen stuff is old news and has a very colorful history in Kansas City.
THE JEWEL BOX LOUNGE (1948-1982): Known for its "femme mimic" performers in the late 50s and 60s, Jewel Box Lounge on Troost Avenue was the place in the Midwest to see local and nationally-recognized female impersonators like Rae Bourbon and Skip Arnold perform their comic diatribes and singular renditions of popular songs from the time. Sandwiched between the Cat Baleau and the Yum Yum Club (a house of burlesque and strip club, respectively, all owned and run by John Tuccillo), Jewel Box Lounge welcomed audiences of all kinds. Heterosexuals and "homophiles" (or homosexuals) came together here to drink, smoke, mingle, and share a laugh.

Anonymous said...

The pronoun used was incorrect. The story depicted a man wearing woman’s clothing He was proper usage for this story. Jeez another dumbass reporter from LGBTQ U

Anonymous said...

Too bad people can’t be as laid back now. Thanks for the historical info; always neat to hear about KC’s past.

Anonymous said...

Props 11:54.

On a site filled with comments echoing fake news, you just won with some old time KC realness.