We have come a long way since a man wearing a dress was cause for violence and yet we still have a long way to go but in between all of this there are many testimonials that people change and who doesn’t, well they are missing a lot from this life. Just because someone set the rules (I would like to know who really did) that make up, high heels, wigs and dresses belong only to one gender, it doesn’t mean that it is so. For example out founding fathers wore wigs.
All over the world there are brave boys and girls (I don’t want to exclude the drag kings) who take huge risks by going out in drag even in not-so-safe places because their call is too strong. Drag has been around for ages and not only as entertainment like it is shown in the documentary “Ladies & Gentlemen” aired a while ago on Starz with RuPaul commentary and guess who is in the opening sigla? ME, yes Miss Chandalier.
People should be free to put on whatever they feel like because it is only making this world more shining and fun. In this documentary, BBC explores the life of a 16-year-old boy who is dreaming of becoming a professional drag queen and he is planning to go to his prom in a dress. The story is very well done and very touching. Will Jamie succeed in his endeavor or will the village chase him down the street with pitch and forks? Watch it and find out. Go Jamie!