Season 4 E 9 • 06/30/2023
Drag queens, actors, activists, comedians and other members of the LGBTQ+ community wish you a happy, fun, safe and fulfilling Pride Month.
S3 • E10Logo30Letter to Myself, Pt. 1
Zaya Wade, Hope Giselle, Ronen Rubinstein, Bronze Avery and other 2022 Logo30 honorees talk about the advice, support and encouragement they'd include in a letter to their younger selves.
S3 • E11Logo30Letter to Myself, Pt. 2
John Waters, Asanni Armon and other community icons detail the advice and kind words they would give to their younger selves, assuring them of a future when their true selves could shine.
S4 • E1Logo30Pride Is
Actors, influencers, drag queens and more familiar faces share what pride means to them and why the LGBTQ+ community needs to have an intersectional celebration.
S4 • E2Logo30The Most Dangerous Thing About a Drag Queen
During a time of increased violence against LGBTQ+ people and anti-drag laws, Sasha Velour, Jasmine Rice LaBeija, and other artists and community voices outline the real "dangers" of drag.
S4 • E3Logo30The Queerest Thing About Me
Community superstars BD Wong, Sam Sanders, Alexandra Billings and more talk about appearance, voice, and bedroom behavior when they're asked what the queerest thing about them is.
S4 • E4Logo30Pride Anthem
Sasha Velour, Murray Hill, Isaac Dunbar and other community stars reveal their quintessential Pride songs, including bangers from Lady Gaga, Whitney Houston and George Michael.
S4 • E5Logo30Logo Legend - Michelle Tea
Michelle Tea, the creator of Drag Queen Story Hour, explains how the event celebrates kids' affinity for playful, colorful characters and stands in opposition to bigotry and violence.
S4 • E6Logo30Logo30 - Pop Culture Queer Awakening
LGBTQ+ celebs share the pop culture touchstones that helped them understand their queer identities, including Batman, Agent Dana Scully of "The X-Files," "Dynasty" and, of course, RuPaul.
S4 • E7Logo30A Message to Trans Youth
Mila Jam, Lia Thomas, Bosco, Alexandra Billings and others offer messages of hope and resilience to trans youth in a time marked by transphobic vitriol and discriminatory legislation.
S4 • E8Logo30One Thing That Could Use Some Queering Up
Juliana Joel, Jae Gurley and others weigh in on the people, spaces and aspects of society that could benefit from queer culture, from straight men to the Supreme Court.
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