Join Multicultural Affairs and the LGBTQ Resource Center for our joint Latine Heritage Month and LGBTQ History Month Potash Keynote, featuring drag performer Salina EsTitties. The event is free, and doors open at 6:45 p.m.
About Salina EsTitties
Salina EsTitties is a Cholita, plus-size, ghetto superstar. California-born and raised, she has spent the past decade as a leader, not only in the Los Angeles drag community, but also as a “booked and blessed diva” in the entertainment industry at large.
Her original drag shows, “Eloteria” and “Shark Bait Sundays,” have received tremendous acclaim, the former being voted the Best Drag Show of 2022 in Los Angeles Blade. She has written and released a wide variety of parody videos on YouTube, many of which have reached over a million views. She is also a musician, having released two holiday tracks, “Cancel Xmas” and “Xmas On,” and the political anthem “STFU Karen.”
EsTitties has led commercials and national print campaigns for Sephora, Nintendo, Calvin Klein, and Billboard x Ally Bank. Committed to social justice activism, she partners annually with with the AIDS Life Cycle x Gay and Lesbian Center of Los Angeles, the Alliance of Housing and Healing through an annual Best in Drag Show, and the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles.
Her film and TV work includes “RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 15” (World of Wonder/VH1), “Legends of the Hidden Temple” (CW), “Yass Kween” (dir. David Mandell), and “Dope Queens” (dir. Grafton Doyle), in addition to appearing in “AJ and the Queen” (Netflix), “Modern Family” (ABC), “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” (FX), and “A Star is Born” (dir. Bradley Cooper).
As a queer Latinx Libra who has hustled and made it through more sickening than ever, Salina EsTitties is primarily committed to sparking joy. Her 11 years of sobriety and extensive experiences in this industry have led her to unapologetically share every little piece of herself with any audience she can; if she does, maybe one person’s day can shine a little brighter.
This event was first published on July 13, 2023 and last updated on September 29, 2023.