Being comortable with yourself and your body and making other people happy is not a bad way to earn a living

January 17, 2018
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Being comortable with yourself and your body and making other people happy is not a bad way to earn a living

Being comortable with yourself and your body and making other people happy is not a bad way to earn a living

“Being a burlesque dancer is an excellent way to live your life. When your job is to be comfortable with yourself and your body and to make other people happy that is not a bad way to approach living. I get to perform and make people smile and laugh and be a part of something. That is pretty fabulous. Next year will be ten years of doing this.”

“Mine is transformation and becoming a different person. It is a full illusion of being a woman and that is therapeutic for me. In drag, my name is Nicole Lynn Foxx. I became a part of the legendary Lynn Foxx family in New Orleans. I have always loved the name Nicole. When I was young, I used to have dreams of being a fabulous female. Drag gives me an outlet for my more feminine energy and still be myself. I could never relate to the bro code.”

“He is so stunning as a woman.”

“I am an acrobat. It is obsessive-compulsive thing and I will do something over and over for hours until it gets a little better. I do things that look impossible, but I do them to show people what is possible. I like to make people uncomfortable. Everything I do is pushing the line, but I feel safe doing it.”

“It is a good anxiety to watch her.”

“I perform on an A-frame ladder, an object most people already feel uncomfortable with and fear. Most don’t want to climb it to change a light bulb but I climb it and flip upside down and hang from underneath it from my toes. I spin around on it and make people say that is not what you are supposed to do on a ladder and do you want to come over and dust my shelves. When I was a kid, I was always hanging upside down on things and my parents were always saying get down. I have quit being an entertainer so many times that I quit quitting. I can’t do it.”

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