James Hosking photographs the drag queens of Aunt Charlie’s Lounge in San Francisco.

 

In my opinion this article is not really informative much; yet, there are some nice photos. I am curious about drag queens not as non-human attractions but as people. Are they people who just love transforming themselves in phases or some of them always love to embrace what they feel “the other sex/gender”  and go for it?

Also, for people who are attracted by drag is it defiance of social norms that is being defined or is it the trajectory of a gender not completely binary but uses a binary position to explicitly show off a sexual stance. Is drag also always counter culture in showing that the draq queen can be as beautiful or cultural effeminate as a woman?

There are many interesting questions about this.

James Hosking photographs the drag queens of Aunt Charlie’s Lounge in San Francisco..

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