Thank you for your candor, Stevie!
Honestly the more I think about it the more I realize we are in a transitional period in history. Which I honestly have mixed feelings about, as general morality seems to be taking a bit of a downhill turn.
But to focus on the positive: it’s becoming less and less “freakish” for a biological male to want to wear things traditionally associated with females, there’s even been a bit of acceptance and even applause amongst the drag community. Okay I mean maybe they/we’re still “freaks” but the kind that garner applause and genuine compliments from the non LGBT-whatever community.
It may seem awkward. and on every level yes it absolutely is, but we’re sitting at the apex of a changing zeitgeist and that in itself is an exciting and perhaps intimidating thing. I think we’re starting to realize as a culture that gender and gender expression goes far beyond a simple XX or XY (or any of a thousand permutations thereof; don’t get me started on genetics. 😉 ). And this, ladies, is something huge. Maybe in a couple generations we won’t even be thinking about these things, they won’t really be a big deal. But for now… we have to deal with the transitional period, and as has been said: we are the ambassadors, for better or worse.