i told you guys how i was going to alt prom, right?
well it was AWESOME. i'm an openly bisexual person* and i know who i am but i'm one of the lucky ones. a lot of people, not necessarily teens, are confused and don't have the best places to go about it. i for one think it's lovely to be able to go to one of these things and be able to hit on girls and have a fair chance of getting hit on back! woo-hoo.
alt prom was an lgbt prom headed by one of richmond's best lgbt organizations, rosmy. i went with a few of my favorite people and it was all in all a lovely evening. my pictures are shoddy iphone snaps though.
* i realize i might lose followers over disclosing this. and i want to state that i don't care. this is my blog, about me, and if you aren't okay with that i suggest you leave anyway.
left; jenny. right; mackenzie.
left; weston. right; jack.
the gang that night consisted of me, weston dear, jenny dear, mackenzie dear, and jack dear. for their sake i won't rant about their sexualities -- not your businesses! i love them all deeply. we dined at 6, and headed on to the party fashionably late.
once there we met up with more beautiful friends, i.e. abbey dear.
try and tell me we're not super cute.
little did i know that this night would make my life. did any of my wonderful readers know that i have a moderate obsession with drag queens? really. i do. in all honestly, one of my life goals is to have a complex like julie andrew's in victor/victoria. i want to be a woman pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman. so, when the drag queen professionals showed up... i was blissful.
we all got on quite well, and many people told me i looked like i belonged there. compliment? i think so. not to mention the gaga queen. i idolize lady gaga; i was in heaven.
don't be a drag, just be a queen. whether you're broke or evergreen. you're white, black, beige, chola descent, you're lebanese, you're orient. whether life's disabilities left you outcast, bullied, or teased, rejoice and love yourself today 'cause baby you were born this way. no matter gay straight or bi, lesbian, trangendered life, i'm on the right track, baby, i was born to survive.