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This week on Guys We Fucked, CORINNE FISHER (@PhilanthropyGal) and KRYSTYNA HUTCHINSON (@KrystynaHutch), read about why Black people’s hair is not just hair, give advice to a Fucker whose boyfriend never has enough cum left for her, Krystyna is surprised by how good she is feeling, and Corinne explains Jesus. Then the gals chat with the ICONIC drag queen, singer, actor, and comedian, TRIXIE MATTEL (@trixiemattel)! Trixie dives into her Barbie collecting, her up and down childhood, her hippie mom, and the first time she encountered drag when she bought “Rocky Horror Picture Show” from a DVD bin at 17! She also gets into the invention of the character Trixie, wanting to look more like a toy than a woman, getting cancelled all the time, and meeting her boyfriend of four years on Tinder. Plus, Trixie gets real about exploring open relationships, embracing being a bottom, and the power of Barbie!

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