It is not often that you get to talk to an out and proud queer Iraqi drag queen / activist / writer / actor / journalist but we did just that. London based Amrou Al-Kahdi aka Glamrou the founder and star of Denim the drag superstar group dragged himself away from an Anti-Trump Protest outside Houses of Parliament to talk to queerguru about how being true to oneself has now taken on such a greater sense of urgency these days.
This disarmingly charming and very articulate man had a lot to say in this exclusive interview we filmed for PTV.
The fastest talking-gal from the South Dixie Longate is bringing her legendary TUPPERWARE PARTY SHOW back to Pilgrim House in #Ptown where she will be performing at night under the stars from Aug 25th – Sept 5th.
QUEERGURU talked with Dixie about her visit ….. and so much much more
The Queerguru Team has interviewed several hundred drag queens/artistes over the years and once in a while one exceptional one stops us in our tracks . Lawanda Jackson is such a case. A headlining act in Las Vegas, a very successful career with a big global following until 2014 when a totally unexpected brain aneurysm and stroke knocked her down …… but far from out.
When you meet her now you will understand why this was far from the end of her story, but just another chapter. She was in PTown as a special guest performing at Anita Cocktail Provincetown Drag Bunch at Post Office Cafe and Cabaret and we jumped at the opportunity to share her story. Its one of love and is both inspiring and uplifting PLEASE check it out, it will make your day so much better
For our next queerguru reports for P.T.V. Channel 99 we got to interview a real religious icon, Mary Mother of God herself who is now living in London and known as The Virgin Xtravaganzah. She tells Mary’s story through a whole series of pop songs re-written with some scandalous lyrics. Here then is a teaser trailer of our report that will be broadcast on P.T.V very soon.
The legendary Miss Jackie Beat (the self-styled ‘Worlds’s Biggest Bitch’) borrowed the hat Julie Andrews wore when she left the Convent to talk with Queerguru via Zoom about playing the role of Dusty Muffin in our favorite queer feel movie of the summer Stage Mother The Movie which has been selected to be the Opening Night Gala of OUTshine Film Festival Virtual Fest.