The Season 12 cast is composed entirely of cisgender men. While that's not unusual, it's surprising that a number of alums have spoken out about the lack of LGBTQ diversity. “Enough with the feigned inclusivity. Time to start putting your money where your mouth is," RuPaul's Drag Race: All-Stars alum Detox tweeted with the hashtag, "#AllDragIsValid." Aja, a nonbinary performer from season 3, likened this erasure to a form of workplace discrimination. "Denying trans women the 'highest' platform of drag (which was pioneered by them) is wrong and we all know it," tweeted Aja. "Remember not all work spaces are trans-friendly, and drag is the main income of many trans ppl. Denying trans woman of making their coins, showing their art - In the name of capitalism and emmys. Most of the queens on (RuPaul's Drag Race) come from the legacy and inspiration of trans drag performers. That shouldn’t be erased. It should be celebrated. Drag has never just been a “guy dressed as a girl”. It’s always been so much more."