We Are All Royalty

@article{Barnett2013WeAA,
  title={We Are All Royalty},
  author={Joshua T. Barnett and C. Johnson},
  journal={Journal of Leisure Research},
  year={2013},
  volume={45},
  pages={677 - 694}
}
Abstract Drag performances have been studied time and time again as important visible leisure spaces of gender transgression. Few studies, however, have sought to understand the ways in which drag performers—kings and queens—relate to and shape queer communities. Using gen-derqueer as a theoretical lens and narrative inquiry as a methodological strategy, in this article we construct a conversation between a drag queen and king to demonstrate the ways in which they engage their drag personas for… Expand
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