the “Drag Isn’t Dangerous” campaign.“Drag Isn’t Dangerous” aims to combat harmful rhetoric against drag and trans performers, especially in areas where they’re most vulnerable, by raising awareness and funds for LGBTQ+ causes and organizations.The highlight of the campaign is a star-studded, one-night-only telethon on May 7th at 4pm PT/ 7pm ET at www.moment.co/dangerous.A full-blown cast of stars (and All Stars!) are going to be putting on a variety show of performances, appearances, and testimonials to help entertain, educate, and keep the donations flowing in throughout the event.The show’s guest list is set to include Bob The Drag Queen, Monét X Change, Jinkx Monsoon, Trixie Mattel, Katya, Peppermint, Desmond Is Amazing, Alaska, Eureka O’Hara, Ginger Minj, Frankie Grande, Jackie Beat, Jujubee, Justin Martindale, Manila Luzon, Kerri Colby, Sherry Vine, Nina West, and more with even more names to be announced in the coming weeks.
Every cent of the net proceeds from the telethon go directly to LGBTQ+ causes and drag artists in the most vulnerable places across the country.
The show’s performers and organizers are not taking any fees; we’re just doing it for the love of the community.“We cover the dangerous rhetoric and anti-LGBTQ bills every day, giving us a front row seat to the fact that LGBTQ+ people are being used as political pawns on the path to the upcoming election,” says Q.Digital CEO Scott Gatz. “We proudly stand up and fight with the most vulnerable in our community to make people aware that drag queens and trans people are not a danger to anyone.
Quite the opposite, they are shining examples of what it means to live our lives authentically, even in the face of adversity.”“We are sick of it.