#DragHerstory: Lady Bunny’s Wigstock Cruise Was a Boat Load of Fun, Jam-Packed with Drag Superstars!


Wigstock: The Cruise. OMG. What a night to ... See the Rest

#DragHerstory: All Aboard the S.S. Wigstock! Lady Bunny & Crew Sets Sail August 16 in NYC


On August 16th, the old Wigstock gang will take over Michael Fesco’s Sea ... See the Rest

The New York Times Proclaims Linda Simpson “The Accidental Historian of Drag Queens”

Screen Shot 2015-08-06 at 10.51.42 AM

Michael Musto writes of drag queen/drag historian/wowlebrity Linda Simpson in today's See the Rest

Drag Pride: Linda Simpson’s Classic NYC Drag Photos, feat. RuPaul, Lady Bunny & More! WATCH!


Just in time for Gay Pride weekend, NYC Drag Legend Linda Simpson is guiding us all through the annals of drag herstory with her classic "Drag Explosion" photos of the hey-day (gay-day?) of Gotham's drag boom in the late ... See the Rest

#DragHerstory: Catholic College Refuses Permission For Student Drag Show

Lady Bunny, Taboo and friends by Linda Simpson from The Drag Explosion series

The Gender and Sexuality Alliance Club at St Thomas Aquinas College in New York wanted to put on a drag show featuring students, with a "professional" queen hosting. The initial application and funding was approved, but later refused by school ... See the Rest

To Do in LA: Check Out Linda Simpon’s “Drag Explosion” TONIGHT

Screen Shot 2015-04-02 at 3.46.53 PM

“I’m not a photographer," drag legend Linda Simpson ... See the Rest

First time outside of NYC! Linda Simpson’s “The Drag Explosion” on April 3rd in West Hollywood!

Linda Simpson and Glennda Orgasm on a tour bus. (1993)

On Friday, April 3rd, at 7:30pm, at the West Hollywood Council Chambers, famous NYC drag legend Linda Simpson is going to be presenting her slideshow extravaganza, “The Drag Explosion,” featuring photos she took of NYC’s momentous drag scene of the late 1980s and early ‘90s. It’s ... See the Rest

Instagram-a-thon: 114 Amazing Snaps From Halloween ’14


Yes, it's my Instagram feed from Halloween. I decided to stay in at my place in the country, avoiding Manhattan altogether. I watched the 41st Annual Village Halloween Parade on NY1 (frightening to admit, but I've lived in NYC for 34 of those!) The ... See the Rest