The drag performers of America want you to vote.
Kings and queens from every U.S. state appear in a new public service announcement urging LGBTQ+ folks to make their voices heard this presidential election.
The video was created by the producers of HBO's We're Here and features its hosts Shangela, Bob the Drag Queen, and Eureka O’Hara. The tagline? "We’re Here. We’re Queer. #WeVote."
Other featured drag stars include Crystal Methyd, Brita Filter, Laila McQueen, Tempest DuJour, and Landon Cider, the drag king winner of Dragula.
"Voting is the cornerstone of democracy, and when you are underrepresented in Congress, this is the best way to make your voice heard," said Bob the Drag Queen.
“It’s imperative that we as an LGBTQIA community stand together and make our voices heard loud and clear during this election," said Shangela. "There is a great deal at stake for us and those who love like us, and if we don’t win, the conservative agenda will push back any progress on equality that we’ve achieved in the last decade.”
Eureka added, “The importance of LGBTQ people using their voice has always been important but now more than ever!"
Watch the drag roll call, released Wednesday through GLAAD's social media channels, below. Learn how to vote — and help others to vote — at GLAAD.org/action.