“Growing up I had a very disciplinary father, I found it suffocating. An ideology I want to take forward is to never feel restrained again.
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As drag has gotten more mainstream, it’s gotten further from its DIY roots—and performing on the biggest stage is becoming prohibitively expensive.
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