For me, when I was five, I complained to my mother that I felt jealous of girls because they got to be "pretty," while boys had to be "handsome." On account of my desire to be more beautiful, my mom allowed me to wear berettes (sp?) in my hair. When I was seven, my cousin and I got into his sister's closet, put on dresses and make-up, and ran around the neighborhood pretending we were girls.
I made my performance debut in 1994, dressing up in a Girl Scout uniform and using a yellow pom-pom as a wig. My cousins and I made a movie taking place in a restaurant in which I was to throw a temper tantrum because the restaurant didn't serve watermelon pie.
Describe your early drag experiences, whether they involved being a drag queen or drag king (is that the term normally used?).