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drag king

n. Slang
A woman, especially a performer, who dresses as a man.

[On the model of drag queen.]

drag king

n
1. (Professions) a female who dresses as a man and impersonates male characteristics for public entertainment
2. slang a female transvestite
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The Drag Kings and Drag Queens of Performance module has recently been validated and will be on offer to Year Three undergraduates on performing arts and dance and drama courses from January next year.
As part of its ongoing bid to encourage grassroots motorsport activity in the UAE, Yas Marina Circuit is offering would-be drag kings the chance to take part for Dhs 400, with cash prizes ranging from Dh5,000 for third place, Dh10,000 for second, and Dh15,000 for first place up for grabs.
We sat on a panel in Winnipeg, Canada, on hip-hop and racism--hip-hop, drag kings, and racism.
Kristen Stewart and Anne Hathaway have taken on a new challenge by appearing to be convincing Drag Kings as they appear dressed in men's clothes in a music video for the song "Just One of the Guys" by independent artist Jenny Lewis.
Hosted by Divinity Masters, the show will highlight some of the Wichita area's best drag kings and queens.
In the same section, Bobby Noble s essay on the history of drag kings in Toronto suggests that marginalized groups can perform, and thereby undercut, traditional masculinity.
On July 16, Drag Kings, Queens, and allies from all over the world will celebrate this day by going out in drag with their friends or organizing a show to benefit their community.
As more transsexual women, both in and out of the drag community, as well as drag kings, transsexual men, gender queer persons, and others in the queer community give voice to their experiences, we look to ourselves and others as agents of power-knowledge.
During a special "Twilight"-saga inspired show tonight at Lane Community College, vampire drag kings and queens vant to suck your vallets.
Among the details are undoing the sex/gender binary, lesbianism meets male gay theory, locating drag king scenes, London drag kings, surpassing black masculinities through drag, and drag kings in mainstream media Sex and the City and The L Word.
Drag Kings are a presentation of female masculinity, but they are not necessarily linked to any other presentation--Butch, for example--and have their own set of ways of being, presenting and performing in the world.