Disability Representation on Rupaul’s Drag Race

I am one of the biggest fans of Rupaul’s drag race.  I’ve been watching from the beginning, and marveled at the metamorphosis of a low budget, niche LGBTQI+ show into the worldwide phenomenon it is today.  I love it when friends discover RPDR (either on their own or through strong encouragement from me) so we can talk and talk about every second of airtime.  The show and what it represents gives me life! Me with Sharon Needles, winner of season 4 RPDR is, by design a show that gives a much needed platform to marginalised groups of people – first […]

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Orange is the New Black: Class issues, Education, Addiction, Alcoholism, LGBT issues and more – tune in wise up

Okay, so before we start I have to profess a bias.  I total and unending love for this series that anyone who doesn’t care for it will be sick of by now.  Not that I’ve actually met anyone that doesn’t like it.  After a serious buzz was created, I just had to watch.  I can’t bare to be left out of anything and I watched the Twilight films and read the Fifty Shades trilogy for the same reasons but boy did I regret both of those decisions.  Kristen Stewarts dead eyes still haunt my dreams.   ***Contains minor spoilers***   As the […]

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