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Edie Majeski
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Registered On: April 7, 2018
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Some years ago I had an encounter with a drag queen when doing drag queen makeup was something new. Yes, that drag queen did fix me up as a drag queen, but that another story. The makeup drag queens do is very different from the makeup a normal woman, or crossdresser, would do. From a distant it looks great, but up close (face to face) you can see all the contouring they do. It’s not the kind of makeup I would want to wear, as a crossdresser, out in public.

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