All I want is for people to feel something from my art, and then I will know that I have communicated past myself. Queer people have been the center of normalized culture, and even drag has become an everyday occurrence. But, as a result of that normalization, queer people have had to re-fit into the binary of gender and sexuality; I want the word queer to mean "abnormal." By using gender fucking drag, I want people to see that gender is a spectrum. By using my very hairy and large body and contrasting feminine features with body shaping, makeup, and wigs. I want to make people question "What?" again. I feel that with the normalization of queer culture, we need to offer all queer people space in society. We have been oppressed for too long, and we all need to be accepted as who we are.
I also combat the idea of body identity and beauty standards. Fat and hairy men are always the ugly factor in gay and straight society. I want people to see that fat people are beautiful and graceful. That we are people and can be the center of attention for more than just our weight. That we have the ability to give more beauty to the world than what is expected of us. I want to make people angry, sad, introspective, odd, happy, and different by the end of my performances. In a time where emotions have become private, I want people to have the stage/ability to feel something in front of others. I do that with my art.