“Group hug!” yelled Caitlyn.
On cue, she and her trans posse—Candis, Chandi and Blossom—cuddled in the dressing room of a Hollywood strip club. They were all dressed in peekaboo lingerie, ready to be filmed for a new episode of I Am Cait.
“I’m shaking like a leaf,” confessed Caitlyn. “But exploring my female sensuality is a vital part of my journey. Thank you all for helping me.”
Candis went first, strutting down the club’s runway and executing a majestic spin on the stripper pole. Some male extras had been hired to play audience members, and one of them stuck a $20 bill in Candis’ lacy bra as she lowered her ample cleavage for him.
Chandi followed, but her routine was less graceful as she slipped and landed on her behind. She saved the moment by energetically dry humping the runway. “Yes, Chandi, work it!” yelled Blossom.
Now it was Caitlyn’s turn. She took a deep breath, then headed down the runway, swaying her hips in a deliberately provocative manner. Upon reaching the pole she grabbed it with both hands, lifted her entire body off the ground and did three complete spins in a row. Everyone in the room gasped at her strength!
As she landed, there was a handsome gentlemen waiting to give her a tip.
“Like what you see?” purred Caitlyn, as she pulled down the elastic waistband of her pink thong.
“Yes, I do,” answered her admirer. As he reached forward, Caitlyn grabbed his hand and stuffed it inside her thong. His eyes went wide as he felt her crotch.
She knew her actions would be too X-rated to air, but she was living the fantasy. Never before had she felt so sexually liberated…

I’m quoted in an article in today’s New York Times about my longtime nightlife pal Candis Cayne. As you probably know, she’s been in the spotlight lately as Caitlyn Jenner’s new bosom buddy. (And if you believe the tabloids, they’re also involved in a passionate romance!)

I chime in about when Candis and her then inseparable BFF Girlina (now known as Lina) were “the Linda Evangelista and Naomi Campbell of the gay club scene.”

Here’s a couple of pix I took of them back in the day… getting cozy in a photo booth at the Palladium nightclub. I hope it doesn’t make Caitlyn too jealous!




Lina is now an in-demand DJ, especially on Fire Island. Candis lives in LA and is an actor—and a reality TV star!

Wishing both of them all the best!


I had a great time this past Sunday at Wigstock’s party-boat revival—even though is was the muggiest night of the summer. Let’s just say that it was a moist event.


"Laugh In" segment with Bunny and Sweetie. (Photo by Patricia Morales)
The show opened with a “Laugh In” segment including me, Bunny and Sweetie and other kooks. (Photo by Patricia Morales)


Balcony view. (Photo by David Sanders)
Balcony view. (Photo by David Sanders)


Later, when it came time for me to perform my stand-up comedy act, I managed to remember all my jokes! I thought it went well… but you be the judge.

Warning: It’s not politically correct!  Like Lady Bunny, I enjoy being provocative to get a laugh (or a groan). Although my routine is much more sophisticated, of course… (Video by Pablo Maine)



Afterwards, I wandered with friends along the Hudson River. I must say the restoration of the shoreline is very beautiful. But too many joggers…!


Damn jogger photo-bombed my glam shot!
Damn jogger photo-bombed my glam shot!


Big thanks to my loyal tech gal, Reina Del Taco, who did a little posing of her own.


Hansel & Gretel & Reina


Bunny is already indicating that there may be more Wigstock renditions soon to come. We’ve already done it on dry land and the ocean. What’s next, a rocket to Uranus? (Your Anus, get it? Ba-da-bump!)

Big thanks to Bun-Bun and her co-producer Scott Lifshutz! Looking forward to more!


I knew it was coming, but I wasn’t sure exactly when. Turns out today is the day!

Behold my profile in The New York Times!




The article is mostly about my Drag Explosion photo collection, and you can read the entire article here.

Of course, I’m beyond thrilled. An article in The Times is huge validation for whatever the hell it is that I’m doing with my life.

Big thanks to writer Michael Musto!