Vivienne Westwood : The Undisputed Queen of Fashion

For the past five decades Dame Vivienne Westwood has been the undisputed Queen of Fashion.   Since she burst onto the scene in London King’s Road in the 1970’s when she created ‘Punk’ alongside Malcolm McLaren then followed that in the 1980’s with ‘New Romantic’ look, this dynamic and often controversial genius has been responsible … Continue reading

Varla Jean Merman is Back (with a vengeance)

Miss Varla Jean Merman is back in town, and boy do we know it. The largest redhead ever to squeeze into a frock and considered as Drag royalty in these parts, is in P Town with a real vengeance this summer.  The actress and chanteuse is starring in her brand new hilarious show ‘A Little … Continue reading

Vogue-Chi : a film by Joseph Wilson

This is a new short film from one of queerguru’s favorite Brit filmmakers the extraordinarily talented Joseph Wilson. It is all about Vogue-Chi® which was created for people aged 50+ by artists Ted Rogers & Carlos (Atabey) Maria Romero. It mixes movement and lifestyle elements of both Vogueing -a dance style based on fashion poses – and Tai Chi … Continue reading

Versailles: sex, intrigue and great hair

The U.S. will finally get a chance to see the French historical TV drama series Versailles which tells the story of Louis XIV’s lavish, sex-fuelled court.  It’s already been shown on British TV and met with some very vocal criticism which naturally only gets queerguru even more intrigued.   The Uk’s Daily Telegraph that has covered both … Continue reading

Vintage (unedited) Lily Savage

Lily Savage is one of the rare breed of Drag Queens who enjoyed mainstream commercial success without every having to water down her extremely potty-mouth and totally political-incorrect act.  He started out in 1978, but it was his 8 year stint performing at London’s gay mecca The Royal Vauxhall Tavern that brought him fame and … Continue reading

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