A lot of people from home, and my family, were like, ‘What happened?’ I went from a kind of normal boy to suddenly this genderqueer-beret-wearing-kilt-clad person.
I made the decision that I didn’t exactly want to be, or I didn’t feel comfortable being, a drag queen.
I love every single drag queen that I know, but I’ve worn a wig a few times and I don’t really feel like it’s me.
I think wearing a hat is a really interesting rejection of gender. ”