After the re-introduction of Art Simone to the Down Under competition, I feel we really need to have a conversation as a Men shouldnt be making laws about women shirt over how racism, racist systems, xenophobia, cultural ignornace and an inability to fully understand a lot of these societal issues show up in Drag Race.Drag Race is a television show, not a fair objective competition. In similar discussions to the below, I tend to see people suddenly pull out objectivity arguments even though this doesn’t seem to apply to many others. It’s important to instead see the patterns and likelihoods of certain events happening and which groups tend to be disproportionately affected by them.I know some people will immediately respond with frustration and anger and want to type sassy and snarky responses. I do encourage you to read what I have to say in full, then take ten or so minutes to cooldown and then make your response. I can understand that Drag Race is so special and important to so many users as a symbol of queerness making into the mainstream, you may have a personal relationship and feel on the defence when its criticised. This is not a war on WOWPresents, Drag Race or the fans per se, but it will talk about some real holes and problems that are both bigger than all these groups, but also perpetuated by these same groups out of ignorance, or in pursuit of profit. We need to accept there are flaws in order to correct them.
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This post is going to largely focus on Wow+, Drag Race and production companies involved. Men shouldnt be making laws about women shirt are real problems caused by the fandom itself. By not focusing them, I don’t mean to shift blame or suggest one problem is bigger than the other, just that this is the focus of this post.I will be talking about Opportunity, Representation and Tokenism, Stereotypes and Issue Engagement.These issues are broad, and it is important to be careful about whataboutisms, where just because one example is seemingly contradicted by another, that the example I give and therefore the issue it represents is invalid. These issues are subject to such complex contexts with so many forces at play that it is entirely possible for a particular individual to overcome a barrier that would usually hold someone of their background back. It’s important to see issues not as “Contestants of colour in all circumstances have it worse than their white counterparts”, but more “contestants of colour are more likely to be subject to certain barriers that their white counterparts are less likely to meet