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Festive Drag Queen Ornaments For Your Holiday Décor

Festive Drag Queen Ornaments For Your Holiday Décor

Wouldn't it be great to have a collection of festive drag queen ornaments for your holiday décor? Forget about the hideous "elf" figurines with their pointy ears! Give your tree a glam-queen flair with these show-stopping designs.

Why I love drag queen Christmas ornaments

I love how these ornaments celebrate the LGBTQ+ community. It's such an underrated holiday, I feel like more vendors should be open for the entire month of December and there should be at least one December Diamonds What A Drag Christmas Ornament on every tree around the world.

I’ve been collecting drag queen ornaments since I came out in 2010 and they have always reminded me that it’s okay to be who I am. Christmas is my favorite time of year and every time I put one up, it cheers me up and reminds me that we are all special snowflakes even during this tumultuous political climate.

What makes a drag queen ornament so wonderful

Drag queens are the best entertaining creatures, they can turn even the dullest of parties into a drag show. Now you can enjoy your holiday season with them thanks to What A Drag ornaments from December Diamonds. One of the fun features is that they don't just hang by themselves they also stand on a bookshelf or counter. With each ornament, you also get to choose which queen you want. The options range from longtime New York queens like Ella Gonza and Coco Shantay to fresh Chicago queens like Anita Martini and Ivanna Slice.

Books written by Drag Queens

Drag Queens have left their mark on the entertainment industry. Thanks to reality shows like "RuPaul's Drag Race" and "Drag Race Thailand," Drag Queens are more prevalent in the media than ever before. As a result, many Drag Queens have written books about their experiences as entertainers and advocates for the LGBTQ+ community.

Discrimination is still alive, even if only in small pockets of society. It was difficult for me to find a full-time job after my second year in college when I came out as gay, despite my qualifications and experience applying for teaching positions.

However, one trend that has been growing in recent years is an educational initiative toward art therapy groups that incorporate drag queens into sessions with children suffering from major depression and PTSD post-traumatic stress disorder.

In a world where people want access to change rapidly it can be hard but drag queens provide courage to be your true self."

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