AttisXVI saidDrag isnt about trying to be something you're not. Its an artform that few have to talent to do. In order to make drag work especially in performance, you have to commit not only to the look, but the persona AND to the music. You have to know how to choose songs and choreograph wisely as well as establish something that makes your character stand out.
There is a LOT more to it than men in dresses lipsyncing to Donna Summer.
I'm not a drag queen, but I'm a huge fan. I think RuPaul's Drag Race is the best talent competition on television. All of the contestants have to show such a wide range of performing abilities, from comedy, to runway, singing, acting, dancing, makeup, etc. Any true artist should be able to see the merits of it.
Moreover, they're in it for more than just a gig. You know nearly all of them started out as boys hiding what they were doing in the closet. Most full time drag queens are poor as dirt because they're starving artists, and they'll do it for free just for the right to do it at all. Also, for all they play at cattiness, the drag community is extremely tight knit and supportive of each other and LGBT rights.
To prohibit drag, in the Bible or elsewhere, would be akin to prohibiting acting, writing, or free speech.