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Every Drag Artist Performing At the 'Drag Isn't Dangerous' Telethon
'Drag Isn't Dangerous' will feature several of your favorite queens!
A dazzling roster of drag superstars is coming together for the Drag Isn’t Dangerous telethon, which will “raise awareness and funds for LGBTQ+ causes and organizations that support drag and trans performers, especially in areas that are under attack.”
Producer Entertainment Group (PEG) is spearheading this one-night-only digital event, having partnered with several LGBTQ+ companies and organizations that include GLAAD, OUTtv, Trixie Cosmetics, SERV Vodka, Five Senses Reeling, among others. Tickets for Drag Isn’t Dangerous are currently being sold for $20 at Moment. The event will be live-streamed on Sunday, May 7 at 7pm ET.
Jacob Slane of PEG wrote in a release, “We are sick of it. These bans are not just about trans people or drag performers. It is a systematic subjugation of LGBTQ+ people. Through the Drag Isn’t Dangerous campaign, we want to show that drag performers are not dangerous groomers, sexual deviants, criminals or whatever is the latest evangelical slur du jour. We want to raise awareness and funds to make a difference in the lives of LGBTQ+ people who are under attack.”
Trixie Mattel said in the release, “The only place where men in dresses sexualize children is church.”
Bob the Drag Queen wrote, “The most traumatizing thing about drag isn’t harming kids, it’s getting sent home first on Drag Race… but I can't relate.”
Scroll through to see the drag artists who will perform at the Drag Isn’t Dangerous telethon on May 7. For more details and tickets to the digital event, visit dragisntdangerous.com.