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Drag has always been about pushing boundaries and sometimes that means pushing against the status quo and asking ourselves hard questions. Thank you @VictoriaScone for speaking out and calling in and @stephaniesbutt_ for listening and learning #CanadaVsTheWorld

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I've always seen Drag as something that seeks to EMPOWER women by taking appearance and language used as insults, and turning them into the communities strengths (eg. Feminine looks, the words "cunt", "fish", etc).
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so it’s “stay out and shut up, we’re empowering you” 🫠
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Fishy in the drag context is not referring to a body part in a negative way. Fishy drag is a compliment. Means you look beautiful. A lot of words of multiple meanings. They are called homonyms.
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Ok, she wants others to adjust for her. The superior race. Doesnt matter what your culture is for as long long as she feels offended, everyone should adjust.
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People forget these are terminologies were so normalized in the drag scenes that we often forget it's real meaning and history. More so on Drag Race where some words become appropriated and misused and good for Vic for opening a conversation about these terms.
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Replying to @TheChopBloque
I know there's this whole aspect of "reclaiming" certain offensive terms but for me, being shouted at and called "f*g" doesn't make me feel empowered.
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