plural drag queens
Definition of drag queen
: a person and especially a man who performs as an entertainer in usually female drag (see drag entry 1 sense 7b(1)) Drag queens, who are traditionally male, dress in "drag" as female characters.— Laura Wavra For the past decade, (basically since RuPaul started Drag Race) traditional drag queens (ie, cis men performing as female characters) have been blowing up in the popular zeitgeist …— Brittany Knupper Drag is not simply female impersonation, but involves drag queens exaggerating femininity and drag kings exaggerating masculinity.— Shannon Kelly [Victoria] Sin is a female-bodied non-binary drag queen, examining how Western ideals of femininity are produced and consumed.— Amrou Al-Kadhi They are a black, non-binary drag queen with a beard in a part of the country that has a reputation for being anti-LGBTQ+.— Bailey Shelton
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