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TokentheToken last won the day on September 25

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  1. Thank you so much! <3 I have seen another local bioqueen who just wears a bunch of makeup and lashes (and use her natural hair), but to each their own. She's actually pretty popular as well. I guess I'm just here to taint Birmingham as a bioqueen.
  2. I finally went back out in drag and I also redid my saint/nun gig this past thursday (nfsw) and yes that is a boy I made out with during my number with blood coming out of my mouth if any of you are ever interested in seeing a full video of a performance, I can send you one on fb :^ )
  3. my gyno has touched my boobs for an exam but hasn't checked my hoo ha for some reason
  4. and if you think I joined this group just to comment this, you would be right
  5. may dubya rest in pieces
  6. I didn't read it but LEAVE HIM ALONE
  7. One of the best things you can do is to wait and build up. I recommend practicing makeup, gathering clothes, collecting wigs, and give yourself a bit of time before finally stepping out. It'll be less stressful on you once you actually start performing. I also highly recommend investing in a good theatrical grade stick foundation and big lashes that'll last several performances. And youtube is your best friend. Some of the best drag oriented channels I follow on there are: OnlineKyne, Jaymes Mansfield (she's great with drag history), WOWPresents (they own RuPaul's Drag Race), and The Villbergs. But of course there are plenty of others. As far as where to perform, honestly I'd look up to see what gay bars are in your area. Surely they have a drag night at some point, and when they do go see it out of drag first. Get a feel of the environment and what is going on. Don't be afraid to talk to one, not all of us are catty lmao. Usually the host will be the most helpful. it has for sure, it's been a good way to explore myself as a person as well
  8. @Seeker since u have asked about my drag before
  9. I go to open stage night, so my pay is the tips I get. Lowest being $7, highest at $21. Being on cast at a bar is where I'd get a paid booking. I'm not sure how the pay would be there. Thank you! And no I don't have a YouTube channel. I have an instagram account for it though as mentioned in the introduction. If you're asking if I've done a duo lip sync, I have not.
  10. thank u for actually looking through
  11. So I finally made a thread for this rather than posting random photos in other threads. Yes, I am a bioqueen. Meaning I am a biological woman doing exactly what drag queens do. Wigs, full makeup, heels, et c. I love embracing the femininity by becoming an extreme ideal version of myself. Though I still call what I do "drag" due to the fact it is still under the drag umbrella. So who am I? My drag persona is called Milky Juicy. Funny enough, as sexual as my name sounds, I actually ripped it off from the title of an obscure CD I found at a thrift store for $2. Sexy sure, but it's from an alternative folk album. My aesthetic is late 80's-early 90's band groupie girl, or a waitress trying to join a motorcycle gang in 1987. Whichever. No I shouldn't have to explain what my "look" is, since you'll be able to see that in looks below, but I like to include it. Since I am a real girl, I try to really hone in on a good performance. I do this by often creating a character for a song. You can half ass being a drag queen if you are a biological guy, so I feel I'm under a closer watch and try to be out of the box since I already stick out as it is. How did I begin/How long I've been doing it. Well I was introduced to RuPaul's Drag Race in my freshman year of college and I became obsessed with it, like most young queens do. The first time I went out in "drag" was well over a year ago, towards the beginning of 2016. I then continued to try to do drag makeup in my room. For months I collected and bought clothes, wigs, makeup, tights, et c. But this June I finally got out and performed at a bar in Birmingham (an hour drive from where I live). So in total, I've been performing for 2 months now but have greatly improved in such a short time. Where I'm going. Well this portion isn't going to be me saying "I'M GONNA BE A STAR" don't worry. However this is something I want to continue in the years to come as I've already started gaining fans. Christ almighty, I've sounded pretentious this entire time, but that took the cake. It's truly a jarring experience when people say that you're their favorite performer. Any who, I've been asked to be a part of a photoshoot project about drag queens, booked for a gig on campus in October that raises money for an LGBT based charity, and I'll be performing in another charity based event a week after this is posted. Looks (oldest to newest), most can be seen on my drag insta: sistermilkyjuicy Ask anything you'd like about what I do if you please! I'm sure this will be looked over but there are titties hidden here
  12. i'm useless with design, I'd be the next Kelley
  13. can i be gay