[Ebook] ↠ Diary of a Drag Queen Author Crystal Rasmussen – 1sm.info

Life S A Drag Why Not Be A QueenStories Like The One Where You Shagged A 79 Year Old Builder And Knocked Over His Sister S Ashes While Feeding Him A Viagra Or The Time You Crashed Your Car Because You Were Giving A Hand Job In Barely Moving Traffic And Took Your Eye Off The Car In Front That S The Kind Of Dinner Party Ice Breaker I M Talking About Northern, Working Class And Shagging Men Three Times Her Age, Crystal Writes Candidly About Her Search For The One Sleeping With A VIP In An Attempt To Become A World Famous Journalist Getting Hired And Fired By A Well Known Fashion Magazine Being Torn Between Losing Weight And Gorging On KFC And Her Need For Constant Sexual Satisfaction And Where That Takes Her.Charting Her Day To Day Adventures Over The Course Of A Year, We Encounter Tucks, Twists And Sucks, Heinous Overspending And Endless Nights Spent Sprinting From Problem To Problem In A Full Face Of Make Up.This Is A Place Where The Previously Unspeakable Becomes The Commendable A Unique Portrayal Of The Queer Experience. Diary of a Drag Queen

About the Author: Crystal Rasmussen

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10 thoughts on “Diary of a Drag Queen

  1. says:

    I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review Going into this I was expecting a filtered look at the glamorous side of being a drag queen, but what I read was so much than that It s a frank, social examination on the right to identify as you please, the prejudices that still arise from all sides of the LGBTQ community, personal pride, toxic masculinity and of

  2. says:

    I m self confessedly not one to enjoy autobiographies or memoirs, so for this year s Reading Challenge, I chose one of my options as a book in a genre that I usually don t pick up Quite fortuitously I was also offered an ARC of Crystal Rasmussen s Diary of a Drag Queen, so I thought I d kill two birds with one stone and choose it as my February challenge book.It s challengi

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    Diary of a Drag Queen is about as far away from my usual reading as you could get, but when I heard about it I knew it was exactly what I needed to have a fantastic laugh if you re easily offended or prudish then let me say very clearly that this is most definitely not for you Described as a unique portrayal of the queer experience, we follow Crystal Rasmussen through a fun filled ye

  4. says:

    Wow, where to start Firstly it s as over the top as a queen can be and for that reason there were parts that made me laugh out loud But equally there are other parts that made me feel like I did at a long neck village in Thailand, humans shouldn t have to make a buck by being entertainment to others I felt like i was looking into the very soul of the author, their and I say their as it

  5. says:

    Thanks to Ebury Press and Netgalley for the Advance Review Copy.The title is pretty self explanatory for this one It s the diary of a drag queen, in this case the drag persona of journalist Tom Rasmussen.This book is certainly not for anyone even a remotely bit prudish If you have even one iota of prudery in you then back away slowly It is unapologetically explicit in its accounts of sexua

  6. says:

    I have always wanted to be a drag queen I know it sounds strange and inherently being a drag queen is mainly a male role but dammit drag queens get to have so much fun They are so glamorous and it just seems like an amazing element of performance.This is why I was drawn to the memoir Diary of a Drag Queen by Crystal Rasmussen Rasmussen is so very candid when explaining the life of a drag quee

  7. says:

    I read this book in one sitting It made me laugh out loud, it made me cry and it also made me totally re assess how I move through the world as a cis woman and the countless ways in which I can be a better LGBTQI ally In other words, it...

  8. says:

    I had seen a few promo pieces for Diary of a Drag Queen by Crystal Rasmussen Ebury , 14.99, but I had thought, nah, it ll be just cheesy and all style over substance And then it was published last month, and I saw a piece by the writer in The Guardian about what they were exploring in the book It was fascinating as much about the struggle as the success and I thought, hmmm, maybe I was wrong And, y

  9. says:

    Ok, so I love drag queens and I have to say I was a bit disappointed by this book It was not what I wanted it to be without huge spoilers it was slightly pretentious and unreal on the other hand I also found it really funny, heart warming and amusingly smutty then at other times it was gross, too much info was literally made as a saying to describe this book it was also slightly repetitive too many sc

  10. says:

    I didn t know whether to love this book or hate it, so Down the middle with three stars for me I guess I m a stereotypical white straight woman who loves the glitz of the drag world, so was expecting about the drag aspects There were parts that had me in stitches with a hand thrown to my mouth gasping with laughter wait for the kfc moment But there were also parts that were quite over the top and some e

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