A While ago I had the idea of doing a photoshoot with a big group of drag queens. To show the gay scene that eventhough we sometimes are harsh and our humor isn’t always politically correct. That behind all the drama we actually need each other and should be nicer to each other in order to stand proud in a society that is getting less and less gay (read LGBT) friendly. Or as often said: As long as you don’t act or look the part, it doesn’t matter.
Well we want to show that we are fierce and strong people who have been fighting for gay rights! And getting attention for the cause for a long long time. Ive added a little video by miss Varla Jean merman to show you how gay-rights started in America. So my little gay friends who only hang out with ”straight” acting (rediculous idea why would you ever want to act to be something that your not) Butch men or Lipstick-lesbians. Next time you see a queen or a butch girl! Give her a smile!!!
The group that I’ve invited so far for the photoshoot are girls who I consider to be my friends, Or girls that I admire for several reasons. The photographers name is Remon van den Kommer. I’ve done several shoots with him and I always love the result!! Here are the girls: