The Time Has Come… For You To Audition… For Your LIFE!@1 week ago with 48 notes
#FtM Transgender #ftm #ftm drag queen #drag queen #drag
"Dairy Queenie" translates to "i don't remember your name" and " my grammar is not it's best".
Hello, i am a drag queen from well known drag community in the US. I am also at ftm trans person who has been medically transitioning for 3 years now. I made this blog as a way to talk about my personal experiences in the community of drag, lgbt, ect. I am also willing to give advice to people about starting drag, make up, padding, ect (to anyone, or most people anyway). I have good knowledge about the art or drag.
Hello, followers. Sorry for being gone. I’ve just been so busy as of late. I’ll post and answer questions whenever i can.@1 week ago with 1 note
Wo, didn’t realize that season 8 casting for RPDR is next year. I need to go hard this year. I honestly can’t tell anyone how bad i want to get on the show. Wish me luck, good people.@1 month ago with 2 notes
spittingoutthatbroccoli said: Serious question: How is Family Guy's episode "Quagmire's Dad" transphobic?
i’m not person who gets easily offended but transsexuality (and sometimes homosexuality) exists in comedy sitcoms only as a poor joke. a stereotypical “man in dress” aka “tr*nny” appears on stage and it’s the whole joke, people laugh before character even says “hello”. it is always used to dehumanize and humiliate us, to make us look like sick perverts, monsters, most disgusting people ever born. then they make everything about THE SURGERY because the most important thing is what trans person has between legs and it’s also so funny that someone “cut off” their penis. excellent joke. they trigger transphobia, they trigger hate, disgust, all the negative feelings against trans people, and they basically say it’s ok to treat us like garbage, to disrespect us, to assault us verbally and sexually.
"It starts off with the father coming to town and Quagmire’s friends commenting on how “gay” the father seemed, because he exhibited gay stereotypes (including an effeminate voice, desire to entertain, drinks Cosmo’s, etc). When Quagmire confronts his dad he admits he is not gay but really a woman trapped inside a man’s body.
Quagmire asks for support from the Griffin’s, the wife Lois offers that her husband Peter will go to the hospital for the sex change operation. Lois and Peter remark that the whole thing seems “pretty gay” but that it is “obviously weird” and Lois finishes off by telling the two men that they should “enjoy the circus” referring to the hospital visitation.
In the waiting room there is the talk of “he/she” and the “penis being chopped off” an obvious disregard of using correct pronouns and propagation of the myth that transwomen remove their penis.
When Quagmire’s father transitions she takes on the name Ida and is invited over to the Griffin’s for dinner. She brings a pie but Lois immediately tells her daughter to throw it away. This plays on the irrational fears of interacting with trans people. Over dinner Peter asks the inappropriate question “do you miss your penis?” and asks about the legitimacy of her “knockers”.
When Ida meets the Griffin’s dog, they develop a relationship. The dog (Brian) is thrilled at meeting a new and wonderful woman but gets disgusted [and traumatized] and vomits [for 30 seconds] when he finds out she is transgender.”
Yea, why did they make this ep anyway? What’s worse is that i remember when my brother made fun of me with insults used on this ep. Yes, he’s a jackass. He dosen’t like to be reminded, though. *eyeroll.@1 month ago with 66 notes
In the next month, i am going to be doing a monthly series where i explain the drag basics. Keep in mind that this is based on what i want and wanted to do in the beginning of my drag biz. the first two weeks will be about make up and brushes. Stay tuned. <3@1 month ago with 3 notes
I want to share something that’s related to my trans-ness. There are alot of TW in the following so i would not recommend reading if you are sensitive in general.@1 month ago
I have a friend who’s will be apart of a huge event this year. I’m super happy for this person. It takes a lot to be so open about a transition.
I was actually pretty open about my transition when i was younger. It more had to do with me obviously appearing as a trans person to be honest. i basically had to leave the lbgt community right after i transitioned hormonal because of the trans-phobic from gay people and the homophobia from the trans women.
Hearing this person tell me that he’s had no negativity from others make myself hurt. I hurt because It took years for me to receive any positive support from anyone. Hell, a lot of the trans women still don’t take me seriously as a gay male. I boggles my mind that they are people who legit hate me even till this day. Just because i am gay and trans.
Once i alluded to me doing drag and asked if i can perform in their event several years back. I got a big fat “um, NO” from one of the trans social workers there. She was the same social worker who told me that she didn’t understand why there were gay transgender people. She’s told me that she doesn’t understand me. She has always told me back handed shit, even when i was was at my lowest.
She is mystery because she is not prude. She told me stories of how she seduces straight males with her original parts. She called herself a “proud trans women”. What’s even more baffling is that she’s fine with pan-sexual individuals. She just has an issue with gay people.
Note: i’m totally fine with pansexual people. I’m just pointing out how someone like her could dislike gays but be ok with pans, bi, and straight trans people.
I guess the payback i have is always denying to be in their event every year. Jezz, and they are one of the most well known transgender organizations in the fucking country. What a world to live in.
What the sad part about it is that i’ve probably been one of the most successful people to come out of there group/hospital. I’ve done so much for myself without the help of there hateful, homophobic “support”.
They’ve always told me that they would love to have me on this event. In order for that to happen, the drag has to be shown. some of the trans women don’t like that i have drag thing going on, even though people see a drag queen right away.
If anyone ask me to explain how i am gay, i swear i would scream in the inside.
I would tell them ‘i don’t know’, as any gay person would say.
Then i would drive home telling myself how ugly i am as a person, because i’ve always been told i’m ugly.@2 months ago with 2 notes