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What makes a Drag King/Queen?

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Tessa James:
Welcome back GD!  Nice to see you again.

Drag is so dynamic and as personal as any finely crafted presentation can be.  I have recently met a couple of younger people who like doing drag but also like to push the cultural envelop and "do the act" off stage and in routine public places.  One of the young guys called after being harassed by the police in a nearby small town at a mini market.  While I firmly believe in the right to self expression you make a good point about what might be more daring or exaggerated crossdressing and what some might consider performance art done on stage.  Leave it the young people to blur the lines even further eh?

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