The Success of Captain Whitaker’s Dress

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To mark Halloween, here’s a poem from Stephen Scott Whitaker about a costume–a costume that is both funny and indicative of how gender affects interactions.

I’m a Freak and I Like Being a Freak

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His life vision was to be in the movies, but he’s had a life he never dreamed of as drag superstar Sherry Vine.

My First Night as Infinity

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Luke North describes the first time he appeared on stage in drag.

Men In Their Girlfriends’ Clothes

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A photographic series by Jon Uriarte looks at gender roles and finds a surprising intimacy.

The Young Gay Man and the Wedding of a Queen

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A gay man recalls attending a drag queen’s wedding in his youth and harboring fantasies of his own marriage.

Gay Israeli Culture from an Israeli’s Perspective

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American travel writer Sophie Needelman meets an Israeli soldier who shows her the gay State of Israel.

Anything Girls Can Do

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Donald D’Haene has spent much of his life proving he can do anything that girls can.

Tea and Coco

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Every young girl should have a fairy godmother. Mine does. Her name is Miss Coco Peru.

Confessions of a Drag Hag

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Elyssa Maxx Goodman recounts her lifelong obsession with drag queens.

Dressed to Kill: Dispelling the Myths of Men in Drag

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“Where are my lashes?”

Ballad of the Barrette Boy

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I feel beautiful dressed as a woman. Sadly, these days I rarely go all out. But for a time, I dabbled in cross-dressing—and that’s how I met my wife.