San Francisco Drag King Contest Names Its Winner
By Samantha Henderson
San Francisco's 18th Annual Drag King Contest, one of the largest in the world, went down last weekend, hosted by Fudgie Frottage and Sister Roma. And while it was great entertainment, it also served a great purpose by sending proceeds to Pets Are Wonderful Support, an organization that provides necessary treatment and care for pets whose owners cannot provide for them due to financial or economic hardship.
Who took home the kingly crown? Art Kahn, who stole the show by performing Queen's "Somebody to Love," looking mighty Mercury-esque.
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