Drag Cruise Refuses To Let Passengers Dress In Drag

ThinkProgress
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November 27, 2012

LOGO TV has been hyping a fabulous LGBT-friendly cruise that will feature many performers from RuPaul’s Drag Race. “Drag Stars At Sea: Caribbean Adventure – Revenge of the Wench“ has been organized by Al and Chuck Travel and received such demand that it had to be updated to a Carnival cruise line to accommodate all the passengers. But those passengers received a troubling email from Carnival about what they can hope to experience on the cruise:
Carnival attracts a number of families with children and for this reason; we strive to present a family friendly atmosphere. It is important to us that all guests are comfortable with every aspect of the cruise. Although we realize this group consists solely of adults, we nonetheless expect all guests to recognize that minors are onboard and, refrain from engaging in inappropriate conduct in public areas.
Arrangements have been made for drag performances in the main theater featuring stars from LOGO TV. These functions will be private and only the performers are permitted to dress in drag while in the theater. Guests are not allowed to dress in drag for the performances or in public areas at any time during the cruise.