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Jinkx Monsoon has a passion for Cartoons and Vodka

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  Ru Paul’s Drag Race season five winner JINKX MONSOON has been back in the recording studio with her musical partner Major Scales.  For this 3rd album, the pair has switched it up a little and focused on some of their favorite acts of the 90’s. JInkx and The Major collaborated with the likes of Fred Schneider of the B-52’s, Lady Rizo, and … Continue reading



Jinkx Monsoon & Major Scales Dish The Dirt

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Here’s a rather wonderfully funny and incisive interview with the delightful Jinkx Monsoon and Major Scales conducted for Provincetown Community Television when they spent the summer in P Town performing in two hit shows at The Art House. Jinkx, winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 5 and voted ‘America’s Next Drag Superstar‘ and her musical partner … Continue reading



Jinkx Monsoon wants to be Just Me

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In a week that has seen Drag Superstar RU PAUL come under fire for his ill-conceived transphobic remarks proving that he is so out-of-sync with our community’s take on gender, comes this rather wonderful music video from JInkx Monsoon the Season 5 winner of Drag Race. Monsoon (who prefers the pronoun ‘they’) and is singing their heart out … Continue reading



The JINKX & DELA Holiday Special : one of the campest shows online

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  The Jinkx & DeLa Holiday Special is the story of two queens who set out to create a classic Christmas TV variety show, but just can’t agree on how. Starring the Terminally Delightful BenDeLaCreme, who after being crowned Miss Congeniality on RuPaul’s Drag Race, has carved out a highly successful career dazzling sold -out … Continue reading



We Three Kings FIRED! Replaced with We Four Queens this Christmas.

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  As much as Panti Bliss jokes about it, she is indeed a national (f–king) treasure in her native Ireland. Always a popular drag queen in Dublin, but that all changed on 1 February 2014.  Panti a gay rights activist gave a Noble Call speech at the Abbey Theatre in response to the events surrounding a controversy about … Continue reading



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