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Still from the 1968 film The Queen. Directed by Frank Simon.

The Queen (1968), Netflix Film

Start Your Engines

I’ve long been a fan of drag – as a radical form of both art and advocacy – so I really admire the work Sasha Velour (the Season Nine winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race) has done to educate about drag and spread its positive message throughout the world. This week, Sasha takes over Service95 with a very special guide to understanding its incredible standing in culture – past and present – and offers a curated curriculum of the queer spaces, works (such as 1968’s above-pictured documentary film The Queen) and creators we should all be supporting beyond those gracing our TV screens. I’ve taken notes already, hope you will too.    

Dua x    

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