Drag Queens Wanted For ABC’s ‘You Can’t Ask That’


The ABC’s eye-opening series You Can’t Ask That is returning next year, and they’re looking for Australian drag queens to answer those questions that people are too afraid to ask.

If you haven’t seen it, the fascinating show gets people from marginalised or misunderstood groups to answer questions – some ignorant, some well-meaning, some both – that have been submitted anonymously by the public.

As well as drag queens, the series is also looking for intersex Australians who want to appear on the program and answer questions.

Other people the series wants to hear from are cult survivors, Lotto winners, athletes who’ve taken performance enhancing drugs, people who’ve killed someone, alcoholics, swingers, priests, people with eating disorders, people with schizophrenia, sexual assault survivors, former reality TV stars, and swingers.

To submit a question or to apply, visit the You Can’t Ask That website.

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