About

Miss Tyffanie Morgan

Tyffanie Morgan comes from a long line of drag queens in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.  She follows similar ideals of supporting the queer/LGBT community in Kingston as her drag mother Miss Jas Morgan and other drag queens have done.

Tyffanie Morgan was crowned Miss Gay Kingston in June of 2009 during Kingston Pride.  She was crowned by her drag mother and reigning Miss Gay Kingston, Miss Jas Morgan.  The crowning symbolized the recognition by the community for Tyffanie’s years of service to the community through her involvement and support of many queer/LGBT groups and organizations within Kingston such as the ReelOut Queer Film + Video Festival, Kingston Pride, Kingston Area Men’s Project, and many other events and organizations run by EQuIP and other organizations.

Having the finger on the pulse of the queer community in Kingston, Tyffanie has parlayed this into a role of a community crier.  She shares news and events through her podcast Breakfast with Tyffanie and radio show Gender Bender on CFRC 101.9FM and is a source of information for people seeking advice.

Make sure to say hello to her sometime!  🙂

Breakfast with Tyffanie podcast

Breakfast with Tyffanie is a podcast created by Miss Tyffanie Morgan to share her thoughts, feelings, experiences with the world.  Originally, she only thought of a Kingston, Ontario, Canada centred podcast but realized people from around the world were listening.  Breakfast with Tyffanie was also created to help share events, happenings, and fundraisers that were organized for or by the queer/LGBT community.  After the closing of many gay spaces in Kingston, Tyffanie and many other people saw a difficulty in sharing information with the wider queer/LGBT community.  A podcast can help distribute information.