And just like that, drag queens saved my life. Not that my life was in danger, besides the general impending doom that exists in the world today around queer and trans people. What I mean to say is, last night drag performers made me full-body cackle for two hours straight and it was the purest joy I have experienced in a long time.
by Noemi Zeigler Bejeweled in rhinestones, pearls and poofy-shouldered silver minidress, Heklina lays belly down on a chair in front of a green screen, arms and legs extended, making believe she’s flying. A fan blows through her silver wig while her hot pink painted lips are mouthing along to my
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Oasis is in trouble. The legendary SOMA nightclub, which for six years has given Queer performers of all stripes a stage on which to perform, is in danger of closing permanently. The club has been closed for much of the past year due to the pandemic, which means no income.
You may have hear that renowned local drag Heklina got herself a new nightclub, and have you been there yet? It’s called Oasis, it’s got a bar and a cabaret theater with table seating and it’s actually Heklina and D’Arcy Drollinger’s new nightclub with a couple other business partners. And the place