Author Archives: K. Templeton

For This St. Louis Mom, Being a Bio-Queen is Both Liability and Liberation

For This St. Louis Mom, Being a Bio-Queen is Both Liability and Liberation

Charlotte Sumtimes talks, walks and acts like it’s the 1920s. She’s a middle-aged drag queen running St. Louis’ underground jazz scene, rubbing elbows with bootleggers and staying clear of the Klan. She drinks bathtub gin, she curses, she fights, she meanders on cobblestone streets past breweries and brothels. In reality, Charlotte shares a body with

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