Creature Feature: Mae Daye and Bad Kid Maenia

Creature Feature: Mae Daye and Bad Kid Maenia
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For its fifth Creatire Feature installment, SLUG spoke with camp queen Mae Daye about her humble descent into drag, her friends and supporters and why the Bad Kids’ brand of performance is a breath of fresh air for Salt Lake’s queer nightlife.  … read more

Amplifying Black Voices: Terra Flesh

Amplifying Black Voices: Terra Flesh
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Terra Flesh invigorates the Salt Lake drag scene by intertwining his Black queer identity with his passion for performance. … read more

Bold & Beautiful – SLUG LGBTQ+: Lux Saint Diamond

Bold & Beautiful – SLUG LGBTQ+: Lux Saint Diamond
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For Lux Saint Diamond, who has been performing since they were 19, drag is healing, strength and individuality. … read more

Bold & Beautiful – SLUG LGBTQ+:  Poppycock Visqueen

Bold & Beautiful – SLUG LGBTQ+: Poppycock Visqueen
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Orange wigs, campy performances and cheekbones cut so sharp they could slice you open if you get too close: Drag performer and artist Taylor Anne is all of these things

The Sun Trapp: Harboring a Safe Space for Utah’s LGBTQ+ Community

The Sun Trapp: Harboring a Safe Space for Utah’s LGBTQ+...
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Over its 20-plus-year tenure, The Sun Trapp has become an icon for the LGBTQ+ community in Salt Lake, a true haven. … read more

Cheer to the Queers: The Iconic Club Try-Angles

Cheer to the Queers: The Iconic Club Try-Angles
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For years, Club Try-Angles has sat at the helm of Salt Lake City’s queer nightlife, now becoming one of only two gay bars in the city. … read more

Damn These Heels! Film Review: Shit & Champagne

Damn These Heels! Film Review: Shit & Champagne
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Shit & Champagne the type of film that, come hell or high water, will keep on pushing through until you either laugh or leave. … read more