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Katya and Trixie



KATYA ZAMOLODCHIKOVA AND TRIXIE MATTEL MET CUTE AS SEASON 7 contestants on RuPaul’s Drag Race. They were immediate fan favorites, and their chemistry—exhibited (outrageously, of course) on their subsequent web series, “UNHhhh”—convinced Viceland to give them a TV series, The Katya and Trixie Show (premiering November 17). It’s a half-hour of variety-show-style high jinks in and out of drag (in the latter case, they are Brian McCook and Brian Firkus). Trixie, a folk musician, is known for her Barbie-inspired pastel aesthetic (left, below). Katya’s looks range from “fishy,” a term used for realistic female impersonation, to morbidly funny. Perhaps that explains Katya’s rather, uh, committed fan base. “They found an old picture of me, and someone used it as their own profile photo on Instagram,” says Katya with a visible shudder. “Their username is my actual name.” Trixie nods, rolls her eyes.

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POP GO THE WEASELS After centuries of indifference to or even tacit (and sometimes open) sanctioning of sexual harassment abuse or even assault, we are suddenly in the midst of a cock conflagration. Powerful men in Hollywood, politics, journalism and many other professions are being pilloried, sacked or jailed for piggish or even criminal behavior toward women. Now the monsters are finally facing their day of reckoning.
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