Big Dick Bitch - TS Madison Hinton - Part 2

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Big Dick Bitch - TS Madison Hinton - Part 2
French cultural magazine Les Inrockuptibles interviewed Hinton about lifestyles and issues affecting the transgender community.[citation needed] In July she made a guest appearance on RuPaul’s What’s The Tee. Hinton, along with RuPaul and his cohost Michelle Visage, discussed pop culture, fashion and beauty advice. She was also interviewed by Gay Life Television. In October, stand-up comedian and musician Jonny McGovern interviewed her for the season finale of his web show Hey Qween. In October 2014, Madison's debut album The New Surpreme was released. She began taping the second season of her web series "Wait a Minute" through World of Wonder Productions. In late November, the Huffington Post did an in-depth feature story on Hinton. She discussed faith, religion and accomplishments with the New York City based news magazine. Urban celebrity news magazine Rolling Out interviewed Hinton about her career and issues affecting the LGBT community. magazine says that she talks "about self-empowerment and strength in her community rather to coddle and promote self-pity [sic] to those affected by the word 'Tranny' in one of her most controversial videos this past year while addressing ex Rupaul's [sic] Drag Race contestant Carmen Carrera over her backlash towards RuPaul and the censorship of the term 'She-Male' used during seasons of drag race. She talked about how her transition emulated her image. Shift TV Host Janet Mock was one of the inspirations behind Madison's 2015 memoir A Light Through The Shade: An Autobiography of a Queen. TS Madison was presented in person, with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2016 Transgender Erotica Awards hosted by Grooby receiving a standing ovation. In 2017, she began cohosting The Queen’s Court a weekly gossip show opposite friend and rapper Khia. TS Madison does the intro to Khia's song (written by Khia) Next Caller which also serves as the show’s theme song. Recently Madison and Khia have parted way and Khia is currently no longer a co-host of the show. Instead, Madison now hosts Queens Supreme Court (renamed from Queens Court in 2018) with reality tv star and pop culture icon Tiffany Pollard. The show garners over 300,000 views per video and has received media attention.




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