6. Many people consider twinks the gay answer to the stereotypical blonde bimbo cheerleader — an assumption that’s wrong.
We all want peace in the night, and to feel like we’re not so alone in the world.
7. Your family is cursed.
I’ve always felt worse than the few sexual partners I’ve had in my life. Sure, they always tell me that it’s fine, or that the sex was good. They can lie to me, but they can’t lie to themselves.
If lip syncing was enough to win the title of America’s Next Drag Superstar, these queens would have easily stolen the crown.
This is a playlist for a true queen (or king) who knows his or her worth and is not afraid to show it to the world.
15. Be honest and let them know when they’re looking like a mess.
Hating yourself is perfectly acceptable in this world. In fact, some would argue that it’s preferable. It sounds harsh, and downright icy, but the proof is all around us. And yet, despite this, standing against the pressure, and loving yourself, is still worth the scars, hate, and judgments that you’ll be subjected to.
3. Take the last piece of pizza.