Alim Kheraj
March 09, 2017 3:27 am

Legendary drag queen and iconic reality TV host RuPaul has called those opposing LGBTQ rights “obsolete,” and tbh we couldn’t agree more with him.

It looks like the remainder of this month is going to be *all* about RuPaul. The iconic drag queen’s reality tv show, RuPaul’s Drag Race is returning on March 24th for its ninth season, and we were even gifted a small teaser to Lady Gaga’s cameo in the season premiere. It looks SICKENING. We can’t wait to fire up the popcorn machine, settling down, and get our lives to all the new queens who are vying for title of America’s Next Drag Superstar.

Of course, RuPaul’s Drag Race is all about inclusivity and spreading love, so it’s no surprise that RuPaul would have some choice words for people opposed to LGBTQ rights.

After being accosted by TMZ, Ru was quizzed about how he was feeling following the Supreme Court’s decision to demote Gavin Grimm’s landmark transgender case.

RuPaul then went on to give his advice to how to challenge bigotry.

RuPaul recently appeared on Good Morning America to promote the upcoming season of Drag Race where he also spoke about spreading love and the importance of the show.

“In the political culture right now, the fact that we get to show that love is strong…We are Americans and we believe in open hearts and love. We believe in love and we believe in acceptance,” he said.

We couldn’t agree more!