Hey there, I'm Joe. I'm just your average 22 year old, gay, nerd. I just recently graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University where I studied Theatre Performance. Get to know me better :) It's just an ask away.
BECAUSE SEX SHOPS SELL PLUS SIZE HEELS YA DUMB BITCH! And dildos. The 2 things that every successful drag queen needs. GOD!
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white girl: i dont like this abandoned insane asylum, zack.
white boy: come on, amanda, 10 years ago tonight, the famous blood skull killer committed his last murder right here and then vanished.
white girl: you're just trying to scare me.
white boy: lmao
they continue walking for a few seconds
*white couple hears noise*
white girl: babe what that??
white boy: i'll go investigate
*leaves her alone*
white girl: zack!!!
white boy: ha ha just kidding!
white girl: asshole!
white boy: im just playin babe
white girl: that wasnt funny but ur still cute
*things turn sexy*
white boy: i'll go investigate
*he leaves and then there's a silence for a long time*
*maybe a thud*
white girl: zack! this isnt funny anymore zack!
*she walks and he dead*
white girl: ahhh!!
*killer shows up with sickle or quirky weapon that distinguishes him from other horror movie villains*
white girl: ahhh!!!
*white girl runs*
*thinks she free n safe*
*guy catches her*
opening title slashes across screen: BLOOD SLICE IN 3-D
It’s weird, if you had asked me that a year or so ago I probably would’ve said I that I wouldn’t want to be one. But I think part of it has to do with being comfortable in your own skin and with who you are. I feel like before, I was kinda uncomfortable with the idea of doing drag, being in woman’s clothes, etc. because of how I would be perceived, not just by strangers but by my friends.
But over the past year through theatre, I was cast in roles which required me to push those limits. And it was easier for me in those cases because 1. it was part of a stage performance and 2. it was through the guise of comedy. So because of that I was able to get more comfortable with the idea. And I had fun with it. Not to mention some of my castmates got me into watching RuPaul’s Drag Race, and that show is everything.
So the last show I did, Pageant, required me to be full on lady: shaved legs, wig, makeup, heels, the whole deal. And our hair and makeup artist, who now happens to be my drag mama, was a former queen, and I approached him with some questions that I had. And sure enough, he was able to help me out, in so many ways. There’s A LOT that goes into drag that you don’t even think of. And that shit’s expensive too.
But at the end of the day, it’s fun. I look fierce. I get to be sassy. And I love to perform. I just love it. And from my 1st performance I could tell there is just something awesome about hearing your song come on, strutting down that runway, and hearing a crowd scream for you.
I know some people can be kinda confused by drag queens, I know some of my friends probably are, I used to be. But all it really is, in my opinion, is an alternative art form. I do not have any desire to be a woman, I am not trans. And that is nothing against transgendered people, that’s just not who I am. I create a persona, I perform as that persona, and I have a kickass time doing it.