The etymology of the word "drag" has absolutely nothing to do with Shakespeare or his contemporaries. There is no such stage direction as "DRessed As a Girl" in the Tudor period; that idea was invented in the 1980's as a film joke. "Drag" actually comes from the long skirts that dragged on the floor in the 1870's when the word was first used in print. The phrase "Drag queen" first appeared in print in 1941.
"Look at that girl with the foot-high hairdo and the sparkly eyeshadow. She looks like a drag queen."
3.a topass, a boobasss...
4. a rollerstate female
"Hey dude, see the news on Olympics? They've got some nice topass dragqueens in the French Security Service, too bad they just use them only to protect this damned buses of fuckedupintheass french athletes!"
"Shit right fel'w! These rollerstates... some pro-tibet must have got horny horny that day. Free Tibet you cons chinese motherfuckers in Paris!
"Let's call your friend Chelsee, is she pro or con?