Chair of American Culture, professor of Spanish as well as Women’s and Gender Studies, Larry La-Fountain Stokes recently had an interview with CNN about drag throughout history as a way to go against gender norms.

In the interview, he stated, “As long as people have been using clothes or marking gender in different ways, you’ve had people transgressing and challenging those conventions.” This article additionally examines current attitudes in the United States toward drag performances, the fate of drag as an art form, as well as being a prominent part of LGBTQ culture.

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