Drag culture is thriving with more drag-centric shows than ever gracing tv screens across the world, but one group is noticeably absent from this supposedly inclusive art form — drag kings. In recent years, RuPaul’s Drag Race has begun welcoming drag queens who were assigned female at birth (AFAB), but it is yet to make drag king a part of the show. Drag Race UK star Victoria Scone, who was the first AFAB queen to appear on any of the show’s franchises, spoke out in a recent Digital Spy interview about the lack of diversity. Scone says it’s shortsighted to not welcome drag kings onto the show with open arms because it’s blocking out a big chunk of the queer community that watches the show.