11 Local Drag Queens Who Bring the House Down Boots Every Time

Oct 1, 2023 0 comments

The local drag scene in the Philippines is truly alive and well, and you know who we have to thank for that? Ofc, our fabulous queens who are out there, werking day in and day out, paving the way for drag culture to shine. Whether it's on reality shows like Drag Race Philippines or Drag Den, these local queens are pushing hard for self-expression, the fantasy of it all, and, of course, the PROTEST that drag represents.

But, hold up! The real talent isn't just on TV. It's also in the bars, the streets, and even at brunch – that's where our local queens are really slaying the house down. So, let Metroscene put a spotlight on our amazing local queens who are showing how much drag excellence there is to discover and support! Let's do this! 

JONA QUINN

What inspired you to start doing drag, and how has your journey in the world of drag been so far? 


The thing that inspired me to do drag was my first attempts in makeup and wigs. I was really young in high school and wanted to achieve the very anime girl makeup look for cosplays, also recreating the heavy Kpop makeup style that the girlies used to do back in the days. It evolved into full cross-dressing cosplays. Later on, I was exposed to the local drag scene at a very young age, and that's when I was picked up by a known impersonator and drag artist, Ms. Gagita.

In my early years, I would do gigs for free and rely only on tips because at the time, there were very few places to make money out of drag. I would just try to join the lineup of seniors without even getting paid. A year or two later, I was set to work at Nectar Nightclub as part of the first batch of the Nectarines. There, I established myself as an Oriental Drag Empress, and I really flourished in my craft. Now, I don't really frequent bars as much. I mostly do events, viewing parties, and other drag gigs that have opened up in recent years."

Can you describe your drag persona and style? 


My drag persona is heavily inspired by the idol culture in South Korea and Japan, hence the Oriental Drag Empress. My drag style is really heavy on Kpop and Jpop, and the concept changes with each performance. From the looks, makeup, and hair down to the choreography and the facial expressions that idols do onstage.

It comes with a lot of discipline, especially in learning choreographies really fast, so I can do a new Kpop release the same week of my gig. I also learn how to mouth a different language for every performance. It's all about capturing the essence of the idol culture and bringing it to life on stage.


Who are your drag role models or inspirations, and how have they influenced your drag career? 


For me, my biggest role models for my drag and as a performer, in general, are strong Asian female celebrities and every idol group to ever exist. I'm really inspired by Kim HyunA’s charisma on stage, the boldness of Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s persona, the charm that Lucy Liu gives to every role she does, CL’s aura onstage that could never be topped, and the hardships of my favorite idol groups like BTS & TXT, etc.

Recently, I’ve been really inspired by a rookie PPop idol group, AJAA, because I’ve seen the journey of the members and how they started out on social media and now debuted as idols.

What do you believe sets you apart from other drag performers, and what can audiences expect from your performances? 


What sets me apart from my sisters is the strong dedication I have for the brand that I’ve built for myself and am now establishing for my drag house, 'Quinn Dynasty' (@quinndynastyofc on IG). The vision that my daughters and I share involves incorporating the music genre that we love into our drag and making it our own. You can see that vision come to life in a drag show that I am directing called 'Drag Me to Korea,' a fusion of drag and Kpop campiness."

What is drag for you? 


Drag, for me, is an outlet for my childhood frustrations and the fulfillment of my fantasies. Back when I was really young, I dreamt of becoming an idol myself or some other sort of celebrity figure. However, due to a lack of funds, resources, and other personal challenges, I didn’t have the confidence to audition for local and overseas companies. When drag got introduced into my life, I saw it as a way to fulfill my fantasies of being onstage, showing what I can do, wearing awesome hair and costumes, and giving my best every time I'm on a stage, be it big or small. The feeling of being adored by a crowd of people watching and having people support you on and offstage is truly a magical experience.

MUAH DAYAW

What inspired you to start doing drag, and how has your journey in the world of drag been so far? 


When I started drag, actually, it was not new to me. I grew up way back in my hometown, Davao City. I was with my cousin and friends who are drag queens. I was not just focused on or having the idea that I myself would be a drag queen one day because I think I'm just a performer. 

Little did I know, I have the queenly side inside me, so I think I am inspired by my talent, myself, and of course, the drag queens around me!
My journey has been so good and so fast so far because you know, I incorporate my talent as Cedric Rosal into my drag persona, Muahdayaw. So, I think those are the things that bring my drag to the spotlight in where I am now!! In an exact world, you need to know Cedric first; then, you'll know Muahdayaw!

Can you describe your drag persona and style? 


My Drag Persona is very lesbian; she's 30% feminine and 70% lesbian! Her style is very street-chick, rockstar, and of course, she's not the baddest type, but she's a total performer, so she can act like one.

Who are your drag role models or inspirations, and how have they influenced your drag career? 


My main inspiration is my Drag Mom, Xilhouette, because she opened the doors for me in the Drag World! But I also love the style of Aquaria, Violet Chachki, and my twin, Anetra!

What do you believe sets you apart from other drag performers, and what can audiences expect from your performances? 


I always set my drag as a lesbian rockstar! She's not the typical glam drag queen who will just stand and perform. She's that girl who will make you wet by watching her—she can pull off stunts, she can dance, and she can lip sync. And of course, she's a fierce and intimidating queen!

What is drag for you? 


Drag for me is my fantasy! I can create a variety of personalities and characters when I'm in drag. And that's the best part—achieving something you want and expressing it in your own way of art, which is your drag!

STELLAR

What inspired you to start doing drag, and how has your journey in the world of drag been so far? 


My love for arts and crafts is what I think led me to start doing drag. I’ve enjoyed creating and exploring art since I was a child. I draw, dance, perform, and work with multimedia. Drag is also an art form, so why not give it a shot? During the pandemic, I binge-watched all of RuPaul’s Drag Race seasons, and I’ve been a fan of drag ever since. It was my first time seeing a drag show live in 2022, and it was then that I decided I wanted to do drag as well. Performing has also been a passion of mine, which pushed me to start doing drag.

Can you describe your drag persona and style? 


Stellar’s drag is a combination of theatrical and modern drag. I have a background in theater during my senior high school as I am an arts and design student, so I adapted that to my drag style, but with a modern twist since drag is evolving and I just recently started doing drag last December of 2022. Stellar, my drag persona, also adores the color pink, so anything pink would make her feel stellar.

Who are your drag role models or inspirations, and how have they influenced your drag career? 


Brigiding is one of my drag role models. I’ve known about Brigiding before I even knew the term 'drag.' I stumbled upon her picture on social media when I was a teenager and was utterly blown away by her makeup talents. I've been following her for a long time, and when I discovered drag through RuPaul’s Drag Race in 2021, I began searching for local drag queens. It was then that I learned Brigiding is a drag queen. I tried to emulate her makeup and followed her performances on social media. Her style was the most similar to the style I want for my drag because she's a total performer with a theatrical feel, which is why I am a big fan of hers.

What do you believe sets you apart from other drag performers, and what can audiences expect from your performances? 


I’ve only been doing drag for a little over a year and haven’t had much performing experience, but I believe what sets me apart is my versatility not only in performances but also outside of drag. As a new drag queen who is still developing her drag, I am a multimedia artist outside of drag. While I'm still discovering what distinguishes me, others can expect from my performances a full-throttle show, whether it’s a pop or ballad lip-sync song.

What is drag for you? 


For me, drag is a way to express my feminine side. Since I was young, I have always been labeled as gay for being feminine. Now that I do drag, I can express my femininity and showcase its full potential without fear of scorn or judgment. I always feel like I’m healing my inner child when I’m in drag, and if I ever had the chance to meet my younger self, I’m sure he’d be delighted to meet Stellar.

KHIANNA 

What inspired you to start doing drag, and how has your journey in the world of drag been so far? 


I started doing drag way back in high school, especially in our stage plays—I love looking like a girl! One day, I came across YouTube looking for makeup looks, and there I saw a bunch of good-looking men who happened to be drag queens. It was during Season 8 of RuPaul’s Drag Race, and I was so inspired by it. What I was doing in our plays was basically drag, so I knew I looked good and could slay, haha! Little did I know it's gonna be my werk now!

My journey in drag now is very humbling and exciting. I have met some of our Season 2 girls here in the PH, and they are so nice and inspiring. I even had the chance to perform with them in the Beke Nemen viewing party with my CDO sisters Hana Beshie & Maharlika. Love those bitches!! And I am so excited to show the rest of the world my craziness, heh!!

Can you describe your drag persona and style? 


Olah! It’s me, Khianna! My drag persona is something you won’t understand unless you know me that well, haha! She’s crazy and a blast of energy—you'll be tired, but not me. I love being the star that I am! She's very delulu, but she knows that she can live up to her expectations. Khianna is very competitive! Everything is a competition, my dear, and she's a fucking Leo! Rawr!

My style has a touch of a rockstar-ish vibe, very gory and gorgeous. I mean, Khianna knows her assignments—give her something, and she will work on it because she doesn’t get ready! She stays ready!

Who are your drag role models or inspirations, and how have they influenced your drag career? 


My inspiration is... my family. Wait, hmm, my family is the one. They are the ones who inspire me! Keme!

Seriously, my biggest inspiration is my Draglord sister, my backbone, and my chosen family. I am so inspired in a way that every one of us wants to be the best versions of ourselves, and it influences me to be the queen that I am today because we always choose to listen and know what to work on ourselves.

What do you believe sets you apart from other drag performers, and what can audiences expect from your performances? 


Well, like I say! Khianna is a blast of energy, and she loves sucking energy! You won’t have any time to take videos of me because I am a magnet in the eyes—you will be amazed and pee a little when you see me, hehe. I know I can shine on any stage that I am on! I can give a show because I know it's the only thing that I do best—to entertain and be a mother-tucking star! Pleaseeee, I'm a staaarrr!

What is drag for you? 


Drag, for me, is very important; it is the only thing that makes me feel alive, to be honest! I just love doing it, and I feel I was born to be a performer.

Drag, for me, is an escape from the bad things that happened to me. Drag is the light that saved me, and not just me but a lot of gay guys like myself. Drag is for everyone, and drag is not a crime.

I hope I can share my drag with the rest of the world! Manifesting!! Emphasis on 'festing! Charis! Love you xoxo, Khianna rawr!!!

SUNDAE PEREZ

What inspired you to start doing drag, and how has your journey in the world of drag been so far?


It all started when I joined Mudrakels, a mini drag competition produced by ABS-CBN, where Lady Morgana (DRPH Season 1 Miss Congeniality) became my drag mother on the show. Being in full drag and competing through lip-sync performances reignited that once-dead performer in me. I was a stage and film actor before the pandemic, and since, as we all know, these past few years really took a toll on everyone, 

I stopped and almost completely gave up my performing arts journey. Thanks to my early drag mentors, they showed me that even though I am almost 30 years old, it will never be too late to pursue your passion (though it is considered late for my age to start drag). It started from there, then gig after gig after gig came, and it evolved how I view drag. More than just the extravagant wigs and dresses, or the stunts we may pull, it is a movement that people can listen to.

Can you describe your drag persona and style? 


Sundae is your sweet, jolly, colorful, extravagantly dramatic thespian who you will go to when you are having a bad day. Sundae aims to bring a ray of sunshine and color to everyone. Words that can associate with Sundae: Neon, Lights, Color, Rainbow, Joy, Happiness, and she needs a lot of money. wink

Who are your drag role models or inspirations, and how have they influenced your drag career? First, it was Lady Morgana, who really took time and effort to drag me up for the first time. After the show, aside from her, several queens helped me with my real-world immersion. IMMERSION?! Lady Gagita (as the matriarch of Haus of Gagita), Andy Crocker, Mrs. Tan, Jinkx Monsoon, BenDelaCreme, and The Vivienne.

Who are your drag role models or inspirations, and how have they influenced your drag career? 


What sets me apart from other drag performers is my role as a child advocate. As a tito, I've observed my nieces with gleaming eyes looking at me and seeing me as a Disney princess whenever I am in drag. I am passionate about taking this advocacy forward, alongside promoting mental health and artist rights in every moment I have on stage. I firmly believe that drag is not a crime and does not cause harm to kids. While we acknowledge that some performances may not be suitable for younger audiences, drag can also cater to kids, as seen in storytelling sessions in other countries. 

I recently had the chance to perform in a family-friendly drag dinner buffet at Crimson Hotel, and it was heartwarming to see how excited kids were to take pictures and greet me.

Through the social media platforms that I have and the audience that listens to me (hopefully), Sundae aims to inspire and bring important topics into broad daylight for us to discuss and be aware of. In every performance, I ensure there is a clear intent. While entertainment is one aspect, bringing something more than that requires additional skills, and I believe that sets Sundae apart.

What is drag for you? 


Drag for me is a performing genre. Just like dancing, singing, acting, drag, as a performing arts genre, can be learned, trained for, honed, and, most specially, should be PAID properly.

It's also a platform. Thanks to DRPH and Drag Den, people are now more aware of what drag artistry is. From the words of a straight guy friend, “drag queens are the new celebrities.”

Moreover, it is a testament of freedom. Drag is about freedom—the freedom to express yourself through makeup, fashion, and performing. It is a big middle finger to gender norms, to prejudice, to discrimination. With drag, I found the courage to be myself when I don’t know where to pull it from.

MERCKZ EURI

What inspired you to start doing drag, and how has your journey in the world of drag been so far? 


During Pride 2022, I got booked as one of the dancers for Nectar Nightclub’s pride events. That was my very first exposure to the local drag scene. I eventually became the club’s choreographer and now the director of FriGay and Emerge Saturday.

In line with this, the Nectarines definitely inspired me and taught me how to do drag. I’m taking my time in building Merckz Euri carefully by making sure that whenever I come out, I know that it’s me and not somebody else.

Can you describe your drag persona and style? 


My drag is always conceptual. The one thing I avoid is not being recognizably different.

If we put the concept of “odd one out” to a drag queen, I want it to be me, and it’s also why I’m leaning towards the alternative side of drag.
But when I do a glam look, I make sure to still have a unique storyboard. I think of an idea and build my look/performance around it.

Who are your drag role models or inspirations, and how have they influenced your drag career? 


Definitely the Nectarines. I may have been a fan of RuPaul’s Drag Race for a long time, but I realized I actually didn’t know the important things about drag until I became part of Nectar.

What do you believe sets you apart from other drag performers, and what can audiences expect from your performances? 


I may not do drag often nor perform regularly, but I always offer something new and fresh. What sets me apart are my ideas. All my looks have a heart. It’s not based on beauty; it’s based on how I feel, my emotions, and how I perceive things.

What is drag for you? 


Drag could be a lot of things.It unites people, makes everyone laugh, helps us express, tackles issues, etc. I can go on and mention more, but I want to emphasize the one thing drag would never be — a crime.

MALAYAUGH

What inspired you to start doing drag, and how has your journey in the world of drag been so far? 


A little backstory lang, after finishing high school I promised myself to pursue arts kapag nag college ako. Fortunately, nangyari naman however due to personal reasons hindi ko siya natapos pero!! hindi ako tumigil. Nung nagsimula akong maexpose lalo sa mundo ng performing arts doon ako nagkaroon ng desire to keep it going regardless of what happened. Pinangako ko sa sarili ko na hindi pwedeng hindi ko nasasatisfy yung passion ko to create art dahil without it, I would feel empty and worthless. OA no? Pero true.

Unexpectedly, in the middle of my journey nalaman ko ang "Drag," but at that time the idea of doing it wasn't on my mind. I just learned that drag exists pero gawin yon, wala pa. Fascinated lang ako visually though may moment na gusto ko ring itry but I wasn't fully sure of it.

A couple years later, I found out na nagda-drag yung long time friend ko and meron siyang "drag house" composed of members na nagda-drag din. But what really sparked my interest is their type of drag. They're weird, unusual, and provoking, alternative....WHICH I LOVE! Dun ko nasabi na "damn, these are my people" and from then sinimulan ko na icreate ang drag persona ko—si Malayaugh.

Everything was fun! Nung nagsstart palang ako a.k.a. hindi pa naabutan ng pandemic I am only exposed to alternative drag artists pero few years after, I got the privilege to meet other queens outside Alt Drag and they inspired me to explore more on what I want to do with my drag and realized that there's more to being different and alternative.

Can you describe your drag persona and style? 


Malayaugh is driven by my desire to perform. Years after leaving theater hindi ko alam kung saan ko ibubuhos yung love ko sa pagpeperform, until nalaman ko ang magic ng "drag" and realized that this can be my outlet. Isa sa natutunan ko in theater is "method acting"—a technique which you embody the character's emotional, physical, and mental state essentially bringing it alive. This what inspired me while creating Malayaugh, I want it to embody whichever character or persona it plays. Basically, i designed it like a roaming spirit and kung ano mang suot ni Malayaugh that time ganon ang ipapakita nya on stage while performing. So para akong gumawa ng character that can do whatever it likes. If Malayaugh wanted to be a ghost, kaya nya. A clown? Keri. A dancer? Say no more. Anything! Kaya Malayaugh, because she is limitless and free to do whatever she can think of.

Who are your drag role models or inspirations, and how have they influenced your drag career? 


Visually and performance-wise no one can take Sasha Velour out of my list. She's the reason why I love creating provoking and mind-fucking performances. She's one of the drag artists who highly inspired me to push through my weirdness and not be afraid to become different and stand out.

Aside from Sasha, my performances are always inspired by "emotions". I use drag as a medium to deliver certain emotions for my audience to experience. I want them to remember me not only because of how I look but also because of what they felt during my set.

What do you believe sets you apart from other drag performers, and what can audiences expect from your performances? 


I am versatile and very competitive, but only to myself. I am always open to exploring different sides of drag, and I'm not afraid to show vulnerability, whether it's in the form of crying on stage or just being plain stupid. I also have this panata that I should not repeat performances, as I treat them like a rare piece of art. Only those who experienced it first will also be the last one to enjoy it, and if I have to repeat a performance, I should do it 10x better. This made me eager to push my creative limit and will make sure to deliver something new and unexpected from Malayaugh.

What is drag for you? 


Drag is my escape. Many artists use drag to satisfy their fantasies. Sobrang lawak ng drag to explore which is why sobrang daming artists ang nagddive-in to this art. Personally, malaking impact sa buhay ko ang pagpe-perform on stage dahil dito ko nailalabas yung emosyon ko. On stage, I am happy, I am fearless, I am free. That's why Drag has become my escape because it allows me to become whoever (or whatever) I want to be, and that's what makes me feel alive.

SOFIA

What inspired you to start doing drag, and how has your journey in the world of drag been so far? 


Watching RPDR is my main inspiration, but what truly happened was Martha Amethyst pushed me to do drag just to try it, and I can stop anytime if I think that it wasn’t for me. But it ended up as a full-on work and passion. I’m currently performing regularly in The One 690 Entertainment, Nectar Nightclub, and Empty Stomach, sometimes in The Loft, and Studio28.

Can you describe your drag persona and style? 


Sofia is a sex vixen. She is both hyperfeminine and sultry. She can dance well and has a few tricks up her sleeves, mostly embodying the beauty that she has.

Who are your drag role models or inspirations, and how have they influenced your drag career? 


Internationally, my inspirations are Plastique Tiara and The Juicy Love. Locally, I look up to Marina Summers and Gorgeous Dawn.

Plastique and Juicy both possess the power of beauty and dance skills in their drag. The fantasy they serve is what I aspire to embody. Marina Summers and Gorgeous Dawn can both dance the house down, but they also excel in camp and impersonation, which is vital for me as a drag queen here in the Philippines.

What do you believe sets you apart from other drag performers, and what can audiences expect from your performances? 


I’m not afraid to try new things. Being a Pink Mannequin, which consists of legendary queens here in the PH and are able to serve the old school drag, and being a Nectarine, which consists of queens from DRPH and DDPH that are influenced by western drag, surrounded by all these talents made me versatile and resilient.

The audiences can expect to see splits, dips, and heavy dancing, but also dominatrix-ish and BDSM elements in my performances. Sometimes, I incorporate camp and funny elements too.

What is drag for you? 


Drag is an extension of myself wherein anything that I can’t do in my boy-form, I executes it with Sofia. It is where imagination meets reality are being turned into a performance. Sometimes an outlet of your feelings and if you want to be heard but you can’t do it outside drag, Drag is the key.

YUDIPOTA MARUPOKPOK

What inspired you to start doing drag, and how has your journey in the world of drag been so far? 


I was actually forced by my close friends to do drag; I wasn't inspired by anyone. They are avid fans of Drag Race, and they thought I would excel at it since I serve looks at school, can do makeup, and am super extra at everything. At the time, I didn't get why they thought I should do it until I gave drag a chance. Yudipota is just me in a more fantasy world, and it has been amazing achieving things Anthony only wished he could.

Can you describe your drag persona and style? 


She's a glamorous aswang, a fashion girl, always ahead, and extreme. She's just a monster high doll irl.

Who are your drag role models or inspirations, and how have they influenced your drag career? 


Lady Gaga for sure— the way she changed pop culture? Legend. I always reflect and look deep into myself, taking inspiration from what I like and who I am, turning it into a look. Probably from my favorite designer, Thierry Mugler. His mind is what I aspire to have. RIP, icon. He has greatly influenced my taste and eye in terms of style.

What do you believe sets you apart from other drag performers, and what can audiences expect from your performances? 


I believe it's my visuals and concepts. I always evolve and beat my previous looks and achievements so I can be the best version of Yudipota. In terms of my performances, the audiences will always be left gagging by my visuals and concepts.

What is drag for you? 


Drag is anything with makeup, heels, and someone you aspire or fantasize to be.

COCAINE STARDUST

What inspired you to start doing drag, and how has your journey in the world of drag been so far? 


I started doing drag nearly five years ago. My drag name is Cocaine Stardust, so I guess I’ll be telling you the story of how that came to be.

The year was 2018, months after discovering the art of drag through Miss Mojo’s youtube channel and I saw there her compilation of Drag Queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race (I forgot the title of that video). After that I tried drag for the first time, giving myself the name of Leona Caramel. There was no inaugural performance, no group of other drag artists to welcome me. I was alone. and there’s no drag scene in my province, which until today, there’s only a dimmed spotlight for provincial queens which should be brought into the spotlight same as the Central Queens. 

I thought about drag a lot and what character I wanted to be. After I watched a video clip of Sharon Needles’s “Post Apocalyptic Couture Runway” I fell in love with her, that’s the time I decided that I wanted to be a spooky queen.

Can you describe your drag persona and style? 


My drag name is Cocaine Stardust, so I guess I’ll be telling you the story of how that came to be. It was never my goal to look like a woman or a man- I wanted to look like something in between, something so outlandish that the only word to describe what I looked like was creative. I think outside the box, Cocaine Stardust is an extension of my own creativity and gender expression. Show like Boulet Brothers: Dragula taught me that there isn’t a right way to do drag because in the words of the Boulet Brothers, “Drag is art and art is subjective”. 

As I watch Drag Race, my chest tightens as it is starting to build a norm, of what drag should be. Being in the show means you will be put into a box which isn’t my drag. I couldn’t be Sasha Velour and Landon Cider at the same time, it wouldn’t be Cocaine Stardust, I wouldn’t be me.

Who are your drag role models or inspirations, and how have they influenced your drag career? 


My inspirations came from a wide variety of places- from high fashion, punk, horror, Disney Villains, Dolls  such as Barbie, Bratz, Monster High, and of the sorts, from my own imagination, from Dragula, from RPDR, from my own twisted version of history. Take all of that, put it in a blender, add a dash of existential dread and a yearning to perform and you have Cocaine Stardust. I am confident that I will grow in the art of drag in the coming years and be the high of those that will be watching me on stage.

What do you believe sets you apart from other drag performers, and what can audiences expect from your performances? 


If I perform, I will perform what I want to. I will do political art, stunts and lip sync to songs that speak to me whilst serving detailed looks. I value my face card and IT DOES NOT EXPIRE.

What is drag for you? 


I am not afraid to speak my mind, especially in this trying times, to be silent to what is happening in this country, is alarming. The mass is comfortable to a broken system that gears on rusted machines. I want to be apart of the awakener, the one that opens their eyes without the confrontational drama or whatnot. Drag is political and will forever be political. I am a movement, I am progression, I will never be silent for I am Cocaine Stardust, a Drag Queen from the Province and someday, maybe not today, I will be known as the queen who is not just all about the glitters but a queen who stands firm to with her morals.

RILEY NICOLE

What inspired you to start doing drag, and how has your journey in the world of drag been so far? 


Inspired ako kay Angelica Bermudez, also known as Russia Fox. Kung hindi dahil sa kanya, wala ako sa drag community. Maayos at maganda ang drag career ko ngayon dahil sa dami ng bookings.

Can you describe your drag persona and style? 


Riley Nicole is very flexible—a dancing diva, a stunt queen, and masarap indrag!

Who are your drag role models or inspirations, and how have they influenced your drag career? 


Precious Paula Nicole & Xilhouette, bilang naging Drag Mother ko si PPN, sobrang dami kong natutunan rin sa kanya noon at mga paalala niyang dapat hindi kalimutan habang ginagawa ang drag. At ngayon, si Xilhouette naman ang Drag Mother ko. Sobrang daming aral ang matutunan mo sa kanya, marami siyang mga words of wisdom, lalo na't tinanggap niya ako sa House of Xilhouette. Madaming bagay na dapat mong pickupin ng tama, at iyon naman ay para sa ikabubuti ng drag ko.

What is drag for you? 


A man who dresses in women's clothes and performs before an audience. Drag is art and political!




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