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Tucking, Mormonism and the Aberdeen Queer Scene (with Romy Deepcheeks)

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Duration: 38:37
This week we are heading to the northern Scottish city of Aberdeen for some old school drag glamour.
We are talking to none other than the mama of Aberdeen's drag scene, Romy Deepcheeks, a queen who has been pioneering the artform in the city since the early 00s.
We caught up to talk about the scene
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This week we are heading to the northern Scottish city of Aberdeen for some old school drag glamour.
We are talking to none other than the mama of Aberdeen's drag scene, Romy Deepcheeks, a queen who has been pioneering the artform in the city since the early 00s.
We caught up to talk about the scene, and discuss venues including Club 2000, Castro's and Foundation, but, in typical Lost Spaces style, we also talk about a whole host of tangentially related things, including Romy's coming out relatively late in life at 28, being ex-communicated by the Mormon church, hooking up with guys whilst in drag, and I get to ask a bunch of ignorant sounding questions about the fine art of tucking!
Do you have any memories of clubbing in Aberdeen? Have you ever tried tucking? Got anything to say about this episode? Well, I'd love to hear from you. Get in touch and let's have a chat about the show and where we should go next on Lost Spaces. I'm on facebook, instagram and twitter with the userhandle @lostspacespod
And, whilst you're at it say hello to Romy on IG - @missromy14
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