Drag Race judge Michelle Visage: My first sexual experience was with a girl

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RuPaul’s Drag Race judge Michelle Visage has revealed that her first sexual experience was with a girl.

Speaking on the pair’s What’s The Tee? podcast, drag artist RuPaul said: “Kids today are different. Kids are more precious today, kids are a precious commodity.

“When I was growing up, kids were not a precious commodity.”

Visage added: “They threw us out on the street and said ‘see you at dinner time’.

“They didn’t know where I was all day long! Did not know where I was, what I was doing, who I was with.

“My first sexual experience was with a girl, and it was my neighbour.

“[I was] eight years old. I had no choice, this is what it’s was. You’d get beat up if you didn’t do what she wanted you to do.

“This probably sounds more like molestation, but I was down for it once it happened.

“The point is, if kids did that today… who knows who’s out there lurking?”

Visage previously revealed on the podcast that she had had talks with Jonathan Ross about bringing the popular drag reality show to the UK.

She said: “He’s a huge fan of the show and he believes what I believe – that people want you.

“The people don’t want another drag queen, 100%. And when I told him that you were down to do it, he was like ‘What?! This changes everything. Absolutely!’

“This is the way it’s supposed to be…. There’s a huge following that they don’t want anybody else – they want Ru. And the the third person would be that