as I got older and graduated, I moved to industrial, electro beats, and still rock and metal.When I began doing ecstasy, pot, and other fun things, I got into trance and house music and more electronic music.Ironically, when I saw your Facebook, my visual image of the way I’d love to see you was realized with your recent photos.I wanted to know why you’re presenting yourself in a much more feminine manner these days.
That said, you became my favorite star in the arena of gay adult films.Lately, I’ve gone more rave, house, trance, pop, 80’s glam metal, and all the others combined.At my roots, classical music, opera, theatre, have always been my favorite. well, I suppose I’ll just say it to you as it happened today.I know that Jeffree Starr is one of your favorite performers and was wondering if you were inspired by his gender bending proclivities to explore your femininity deeper, or if it was based on something you’ve discovered about yourself with no real influences from anyone else.Roxy: I’ve always been a bit feminine as far back as i can remember.
lol It was also because I had tranny friends when I lived there, and they really helped me to open up, because everyone already knew I was a girl in the wrong body. I just didn’t have the means or freedom to express and explore it. She was a very classy, well dressed and beautiful woman.