Logo TV announces political series, interviews Chelsea Clinton

By : Anna M. Johnson
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A new program is coming to Logo TV just in time for election season.

Logo TV, the network that brings you “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and other LGBT-centric programming, announced July 28 that it is getting into the political arena with a new digital series. The series will focus on the current presidential race and how the issues at hand affect LGBT Americans.

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RuPaul’s Drag Race contestant Ginger Minj talks drag queen sisterhood, Southern manners and embodying female performance roles.

By : Krista DiTucci
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Ginger Minj may be known as the gospel-loving “Cross Dresser for Christ” on LOGO TV’s RuPaul’s Drag Race: Season 7, but this Florida native considers herself more of a performance chameleon and a Broadway girl. “Give me a microphone and let me work,” says Ginger during the interview. “Rest assured it will be funny and inappropriate.”

Born in Leesville, Ginger grew up in the Lake County theater scene and cites performance and entertainment as being the only life she’s ever known. When she turned 18, she sold everything she owned, moved to New York and performed on Broadway. Ginger left New York in 2006 and moved to Orlando, where she became a regular drag performer for the Sleuth’s Mystery Dinner Theater. 

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