I recently took a much-needed gaycation, splitting my time between my hometown of Cincinnati and Creating Change in Atlanta. I recharge whenever I go home to visit my queer family, and many of them accompanied me to Atlanta, where I was able to visit with people I dearly love but rarely get to be with in person.
Below are a few shots from my travels at home. Coverage of Creating Change in Atlanta — both the fashion and the conference — is coming soon.
Traveling in femme fashion, with a pink suitcase, vintage train case and black backpack.
This is how Butch Bestie looked when I arrived, painted for Miss Drag You Out at Cabaret. I’m wearing a vintage khaki swing jacket.
“We’re the crappiest butches on Earth. I’m knitting. This one’s a drag queen. And by crappiest I mean awesomest because we do what we want.” — Beelisty
The unicorn of just community rides a C-paw surf board accompanied by a narwhal.
Rainbow row in the Northside gayborhood.
A 3-way is just how I order my chili.
Cross-stitched sampler of “deep lez,” courtesy of Beelisty.
Saying goodbye to Beelisty, as she sports her finest fancy butch style.
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