Drags and Queers

A folk etymology is that drag is an acronym of „Dressed Resembling A Girl“ in description of male theatrical transvestism. Men performing as women was mandated in early theater in England around 1660. Women were not allowed to perform on stage. While drag is very much associated with gay culture, there are drag artists of all sexualities and gender identities. The first photograph were taken at the Cabaret Club in Saint Petersburg, Russia with many more sessions following in the Ukriane, Switzerland, Spain and other countries.

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