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Justin Vivian Bond

Justin Vivian Bond is a fiercely original Cabaret singer who identifies with the pronoun "V" and the suffix "Mx." Bond's career has brought the performer in contact with icons across the arts, including their good friend, Tilda Swinton. Bond appeared in "The Golden Age of Hustlers," Silas Howard and Erin Greenwell's remake of a song by legendary punk transsexual chanteuse Bambi Lake, about the 1970's gay hustler scene in San Francisco before the onset of the AIDS epidemic. Bond is currently performing regular shows at Joe's Pub in New York City. A contributor to OUT, Bond was a vocal LGBT activist during the height of the AIDS epidemic and continues to be a sex-positive figurehead of nonconformity.

The Return of Kiki & Herb

The cabaret darlings are back with a new sold-out show at Joe's Pub, Seeking Asylum! 

Read: Justin Vivian Bond on the Rentboy Raid

The legendary performance artist shared a letter sent to the New York Times.

Mx Justin Vivian Bond Celebrates 25 Years of Cabaret

A yearlong retrospective of the cabaret icon's trailblazing career as a performing artist will be presented in New York, beginning with the revival of Dixie McCall’s Patterns for Living.

WATCH: Queer Icons in 'Golden Age of the Hustlers' Video

'A queer time capsule set in the 1970s gay hustler scene on Polk Street in San Francisco.'

Musto: Sex Tips Co-Author Loathes Girls, Likes Looking

Also, Carol Channing’s wacky gender confusion

Justin Bond on Carol Channing

'Carol's is guarded about how to talk about gay people as gay—she respects their privacy,' says Bond

Just Shut Up and Look Beautiful!

At Rancho Mirage in Palm Springs, Carol Channing and Justin Vivian Bond strike a pose.

Caroling Along: Carol Channing in Palm Springs

Carol Channing & Justin Vivian Bond together in Rancho Mirage in Palm Springs