To celebrate its new home on Queerty, we asked Tim Winfred, the founder of Dragaholic, to share his thoughts on the recent merger of the two sites. Here’s what he had to say…
We’re back, henny — the long-awaited return of your favorite drag
queen news site finally here! For more than a year and a half, the small Dragaholic team worked hard to provide you, our loyal readers, with top drag news from around the world… until we were forced to put things on hold this past May after a hack that completely wiped the site.
We were devastated. Then, darkness turned to light and the unfortunate situation helped us find our new home here on Queerty, which dashed to the rescue.
As the founder of Dragaholic, I’m so excited to announce that I have teamed up with Q.Digital, the world’s fiercest LGBT digital media company (not to mention most popular), to continue to bring you the best in drag queen news. It’s a partnership made in gay heaven!
With this new partnership, I have joined the marketing team at Q.Digital full-time and we’re working together to make sure all of the things you love about Dragaholic stay the same — but with an even bigger audience.
Plus, many of the Dragaholic writers you know and love will be working alongside the talented team of journalists here at Q.Digital. Together we will be working around the clock to find the best drag news stories — that means we’ll be able to bring you more drag queen news, entertainment, fashion and makeup than ever before. I promise you that this new chapter in the life of Dragaholic is going to be the most sickening one yet! Yes gawd!
Are you ready for the return of Dragaholic?! As we begin ramping up over the next few months, stay tuned for exclusive interviews with queens from around the world, full coverage of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 8, All Stars Season 2 and so much more.