Logan Slaughter is an Arizona born NYC bred drag queen “Logan Hardcore” who has made waves throughout his career. From titles like Entertainer of the Year on fire island, to Dance Artist of The Year 4 years in a row at NYC Glam Awards to newly NYC sober queen. Logan has a way of saying what most people are thinking but unwilling to say.
In this episode, Logan shares about how gay clubs and venues were a haven of safety for him since coming out and provided him the avenues for human connection we all need for developing and maintaining friendships, romance & artistic professional development. He opens up about the prevalence of drug and alcohol abuse in this community that took him to places he never imagined. Now in long-term recovery, Logan explains his passionate stance on sobriety being for those who need and want it.
No stranger to the spotlight, Logan began using his platform to change lives behind the microphone when he launched his own show during the Covid-19 pandemic, Hardcore SobrieTEA; A podcast focused on tough conversations and critique with guests and topics related to sobriety, the recovery world, Real Housewives and of course all things Rupaul’s Drag Race!
Logan is an active member of the LGBTQIA recovery community and is currently Co-Chair of Fundraising for the non-profit organization, Gay and Sober Inc. which hosts the national Gay and Sober Men’s Conference annually in NYC during Pride weekend.
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