Monthly Archives: March 2015

You’re Born Naked and the Rest is Drag

Since the 1990s RuPaul has ‘sashayed’ his way into popculture, forcing a larger audience to think about the limitations of gender categories. The show demonstrates how identity does not naturally fall into simple masculine and feminine binaries and instead suggests that identity combines elements of both. The show RuPaul’s Drag Race (now into its 6th […]

Faking a Limp: Display Your Symptom

People fake limps. Often. From a slight heaviness on one side to a full on Charlie Chaplin stagger, the fake limp is a common sight in today’s West. From children embellishing injuries to adults pretending to need a cane, we’re (almost) all doing it: see this Wiki-How with 10 steps on ‘How to Fake A […]