Usually, people who don’t have a broad perspective see gay people as servants – as people who are there to make them look good.
I love the creativity and the social and political aspects of drag.
People can identify as however you want to. Right on. Go for it. But my strategy in this bigger game of life is to not identify as anything.
It’s important to remember that you’re born naked, and the rest is drag.
If you’re upset by something I said, you have bigger problems than you think.
When you become the image of your own imagination, it’s the most powerful thing you could ever do.
This is an important thing: People who live in the mainstream and the status quo think that everyone else is there to serve them.
Everyone gets drunk and makes out with the wrong guy sometimes.
All things to do with drag are inherently therapeutic because the realization of your own insanity is the beginning of sanity.
It’s all about knowing that everybody that you see, everybody that you sit across from is a different aspect of yourself. So once you can accept yourself on every level, that’s when everything opens up, that’s when the party really begins.
I think our culture is moving forward – slowly. And also, as we move forward, we’re witnessing some of the old stalwarts rejecting that forward motion.
I dance to the beat of a different drummer.
What other people think of me is not my business. What I do is what I do. How people see me doesnвЂ™t change what I decide to do.
Never forget that the most political thing you can ever do is follow your heart.