I always thought my friend Alex would look pretty as a girl.
He has huge doe eyes, fair skin, and a dimpled smile that can charm the pants off of anyone, male or female. The first time I saw him dress in drag was at InTouch, a now-defunct gay Asian bar in the Tenderloin. He was wearing a blond wig and a black dress; he did a little Sex and the City number with three other guys on stage. That evening, he went by the name Scary Bradshaw.
Now, four years later, Alex has found a more permanent identity as Estee Longah, a fabulous vintage queen and founder of a semi-professional all-Asian drag troupe called the Rice Rockettes. Once every month or two, they put on lavish, highly sexualized performances at party venues like The Endup and AsiaSF. And they’re empowering a population of gay men to experiment with a mode of self-expression that is often taboo and sometimes even non-existent in their own cultures.
(This post is a submission by julie-dragonqueen and also the 1,000th post on Fuck Yeah, Trannies!)
lol. Not laughing at the question, I just really enjoy your candidness.
Pansexual is similar to bi-sexual. However pansexuality acknowledges that there are more than two genders (i.e. transgendered persons). I am a person that is attracted to people reguardless of gender. I actually really enjoy gender nonconformity.