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The Virgin Goddess: Gypsy Starr

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Love is in the air. This month for Valentine’s Day, I sat down with the Queen City legend and “virgin goddess” herself, Gypsy Starr. What’s her story anyway? It all starts with dinner for two at my fave gayborhood diner Dish. Keep in mind she just had a cocktail.

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Queen of Nice: Cierra Desiree Nichole

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Some queens are just nice. Don’t tell anyone, but behind the make-up and glitter, there is a heart (sometimes). Cierra Desiree Nichole is one of those nice queens. Seemingly everyone loves her and, like Switzerland, you can find her remaining neutral in most any conflict.

Happy holidays from the Genderbread Person

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It is Holi-DRAG time! The whole Queen City is buzzing. Jingle bells, Santa suits and lip-synching familiar songs of the season abound at your local drag hotspots. This month I wanted to give back in the spirit of the holiday by interviewing someone very special — “The Genderbread Person.”

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Macximus: Giving back and educating others

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Two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions on a sesame seed bun. Yeah, that’s right. For this month’s drag column, I spoke to Mac or as I like to refer “Big Mac.” He loves him some Buff Faye (of course) — and was eager to sit down for some fixings at my favorite gayborhood diner Dish.

Tia Douglas: Drag ‘is who I am’

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Indeed drag has changed our world and the lives of many. Recently, I had a moment to sit down with Tia Douglas for my first column in qnotes. Tia is a local veteran of drag for over 20 years now.