22 Responses to RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars Recapped, By My Son

  1. Queen Coco says:

    You really skip the shading and reading? Thats the fun part!

  2. Eden says:

    These are excellent rules! You’re doing a fantastic job!

  3. It was an incredible All Stars Season 2. I’m so happy Alaska won. I loves me some Alaska. I’m glad to hear that CJ does as well.

  4. Arthur says:

    Your reading an amazing boy !!!

  5. Kate says:

    This was the best. I love Rupauls Drag Show, Adore is my favourite. Is C.J. gifting us with his recap from episode 2? I want this show to last forever.

  6. Lisa says:

    I’m another Alaska Fan! I love Ginger & Katya, but I’m not impressed with Ginger so far this season and Katya is a lovable goofball. I see the most growth & maturity in Alaska.

    Is it just me, or did Coco look sickly? Like she lost a lot of weight?

    Love to hear the input from the younger set!

  7. reynardo says:

    All right. Just because of you, I went and watched an episode. And oh those girls – I see so much nervousness and need for approval. But they all look so fabulous! And I wish I could tell them that.

    Also, I would have totally allowed my son to watch it if it had been on while he was growing up. Now, he’s asking for my help in making a dress. This should be … interesting.

  8. Stephanie says:

    As an Aussie, I’m sad that Courtney Act didn’t make it on the show. Does CJ know that Courtney was a contestant on Australian Idol? She didn’t make it past the semis, but I loved her.
    I hope Alaska has seen that photo of him with the Alaska sign.

  9. ksthebaldavenger says:

    Oh my, your son is such a JOY to this world!!! Thank you for sharing him with us!!

    Eyebrows–use clear mascara, not the waterproof kind. Great for shaping brows.
    You might want to watch first but Ru Paul hosts Body wars–it’s body painting, so there are pasties and thongs, but it’s very affirming to be yourself.

    And i know it’s a lot of tv for one kid but the So you think you can dance Next Generation had some amazing kids. I can’t believe I just started watching AGT. It makes me so happy watching it.

    He may not only be a Drag Queen but a reviewerr or judge of a show when he grows up 😉

  10. This was a wonderful post to read. I watch Drag Race with my sons (they are 9 and 10) and they love the ‘camp’ of it all. It can be a bit risque at times, but they know better than to use some of the words they hear on the show. Glad to hear CJ is a fan as well. ;0)

  11. Lauri says:

    Love your posts! Always look forward to reading them. Keep up the good work mom and dad you are raising a fabulous son!!

  12. Cheryl S. says:

    Ok. I just had to google gluestick eyebrows. Wow! I would never have guessed that was the way people hid their eyebrows!

    My favorite rule on the list is “We do not attempt to glue our wigs to our heads” YIKES!

    Since school just started here, I would love to know how CJ’s school year goes.

  13. Andrew Howe says:

    Fabulous son, and AMAZING parents. This made my day.

  14. Kiki says:

    I love alaska too!!!!
    My fave!
    Yeah for future drag queens!
    Psst: Go to darewalltv.com to stream every season.

  15. Scott Vickerygilheany says:

    I too have a 10 yr. old who lives and breathes RPDR. He has every season, challenge, who left in what episode completely memorized. I love watching him watch. He just loves them.

  16. Dan Goldman says:

    I’ve loved every blog post you’ve ever written but today’s post in CJ’s own voice detailing his thoughts on Drag Race, is the best one so far!!

  17. Amber says:

    Please, if you can, have CJ share his weekly thoughts! You and your child are both an inspiration!

  18. Bennett Schneider aka Sister Unity says:

    Alaska is a good choice for favorite: S/he’s a friend and I can tell you he is a very kind, compassionate, smart and creative person. Also, please know, a queen need never know how to read or throw shade. It is not part of being fabulous. It is a tool for those who enjoy fighting. I do not. I have never been good at it or needed it. I counter shade with frankness, honesty or being an adult who doesn’t need to “win”. Those of us who use drag for good and to serve the community are a bit dismayed at the popularization of shade and we encourage all artists to find a more mature way to deal.

    Sister Unity
    Los Angeles Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence

  19. Kristin says:

    I love reading your blog but I’m still kind of new here. I have a son that reminds me a lot of CJ and after seeing that adorable photo of him on this post I have a question…..Is CJ obsessed with tank tops? My boy has spent the summer collecting tank tops and bragging about how many he owns 😂😂😂😂. Maybe we’ll move on to Drag Race 😊

  20. I think your raising a fantastic kid where i believe will grow up to be a fantastic human being, well done 🙂 .

  21. crystalnebula says:

    I love CJ with all my heart! I just laughed VERY loudly at the bus stop as I was reading this.
    Thank you for being awesome. I wish more of us had a Mom like you!
    PS I am a cisfemale drag queen and I don’t use glue sticks on my brows because it really is kind of a pain to take off. I just contour my eyeshadow and draw brows above them. It usually looks pretty good!

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