Laments of a Queen

Image of a person against a brick wall with hand on half of face

Submitted by Chartreuse, the model.

“Just a picture of me posing in drag. Still perfecting the art, but I’m slowly getting there.

Although I’ve only recently started, I’ve already received hateful things said about me because I do what I do, but that’s always going to be how it is, and all I can do is just keep being me.”

Posted by on August 12th, 2011 at 10:00 am

Category: faces 10 comments »

10 Responses to “Laments of a Queen”

  1. Anonymous

    You just keep bein you. That is the best.

    Ps…I like your hair!


  2. Als

    You look wonderful! I love that pose; very imaginative and expressive. When it comes to negativity, what’s that saying? The ones who matter don’t mind, the ones who mind don’t matter. Or possibly the other way around. Anyway, I salute you, beautiful lady.


  3. T.V. Wilde

    gorrrrrrgeous :] x


  4. Anonymous

    Like the eyebrows and makeup! The nail polish is awesome


  5. Left Hand Of Darkness

    Love your look, beautiful. Believe me when I say I wish I could look that good in makeup, so you’re not alone by any means.


  6. Anonymous

    lawd, you’re gorgeous!


  7. Jen Lillie

    Your hair is absolutely stunning!


  8. Rich

    From one drag artist to another, don’t let the haters bring you down! Even in the LGBT community, there can be some pretty rigid views of gender. But instead of taking the harsh words to heart, you knock them out of the park by rocking those heels!


  9. akkadia

    your hands are as drop dead gorgeous as your visage!


  10. Ronen

    You are gorgeous!


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