Drag shows don't offer much in the way of content. It's mostly a performer on a stage, lip-syncing in front of an audience whose appreciation is shown through dollar bills and catcalls. For Logan Rider, it doesn't really matter how many folks are in the crowd or how much money is involved. "I just want to know that people are getting it," Rider explains. Born Florence Barbara Hatfield, Rider came out as a lesbian in 2008 and found a support system in the company of other kings at Buttwiser's Bash, a weekly drag-king show. Her debut solo performance was to Rodney Atkins' "If You're Going Through Hell," a revealing song for a newbie. "I perform what's in my heart, whether I want to laugh, cry or rock," says Rider, who is studying to become an occupational therapy assistant. She says she has around 500 songs in her repertoire, and she has even performed with a broken leg. Her commitment has paid off. Rider was crowned King of Pride in 2010 and Mr. Gay Kansas City in 2011. Favoring chain wallets, belt buckles and thick goatees, Rider says she is a different kind of entertainer. "If you are going to look like a man, look like a man," she says.