RuPaul's Drag Race Wiki
RuPaul's Drag Race Wiki
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Editing Rules
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Forum Rules
Comment Rules

The following is a list of rules detailing the guidelines and requirements for creating and commenting on the forums.  

Creating Forum Posts

Use The Correct Category

When creating a post, before you click submit you get an option between a selection of categories. Please make sure to use the relevant category (e.g. if it is a post discussing or mentioning spoilers, use the "spoilers/speculation" tag), or if it does not apply to any of the categories, leave it with the general tag.

No Duplicate Threads

Before you create a forum thread, be sure to look and see that another user has not made said forum you are about to create. After a while, it will begin to clutter up the forum sections for each topic.


Spoilers will not be tolerated without a disclaimer ("spoilers/speculation" tag or a written disclaimer with a sufficient gap below). Spoilers are any information that is released prior to the legal release date. If details about an upcoming episode/issue/etc. has been officially released to the public, it is not considered a spoiler. If you are going to comment a spoiler, be sure to write SPOILER WARNING before the topic, so people will not unwillingly be spoiled.

No Harassment

The forums are not the places to solve personal disputes. If you have an issue with another editor, leave a message on their personal talk page as well as on the talk page of an administrator. Derogatory comments about race, religion, gender, or anything else are not allowed. While swearing is okay, swearing directed at other users is not.

No Nonsense Posts

Humor and lightheartedness is encouraged when done sensibly but posting things that have no meaning or reason behind them will be deleted. For example: making a poll with random answer selections.

Be Relevant

Keep posts relevant to Drag Race, other drag competition shows, and drag in general. Do not use posts to discuss your personal life and share it with others. If you wish to share something with someone that is not relevant, use the message wall feature. If you wish to promote something involving LGBTQIA+ people, please contact an administrator before doing so.


Commenting on the forum follows our general comment guidelines. These include the following:

  • No Trash Talking/Bashing
  • No Harassment
  • No Comment Wars
  • Be Relevant

Spam or otherwise disruptive comments will be deleted.


All forum posts and comments can be edited or deleted at any administrator's discretion. Administrators should provide a reason for why a forum post or comment is deleted, but if they have not, contact an active administrator so they can. If you have further questions once receiving a reason, leave a polite message on the message wall of the administrator who deleted your post or comment and they will provide clarification. Remember: Any deleted threads can be restored or have their information gathered by an administrator after deletion.