Trinity The Tuck Talks Drag Race, Monet X, Gender Identity

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The body is here! Trinity the TuckThe queen who carved her way into our hearts with her Southern spectacle reads the iconic (“I call” Shadow!”), and lots of duct tape,” competing for the third time.RuPaul’s Drag Race“But this time, it’sAll Stars: All Winners“Version, and he’s happy to do things a little differently.

“I feel like going into this season compared to the last two, I was less serious with my approach like I needed to prove something,” she tells POPSUGAR. “This time, I wanted to go in, and I just wanted to have fun.” It’s a good mindset considering it’s unlike any other season of “Drag Race.” Cast is completely made Winners of previous installmentsAnd Trinity is competing with her “twin” too, monet x changeWith which he won “Drag Race All Stars” Season 4 (the first double-win in “Drag Race” history).

While the two queens snatch the crown, Trinity maintains that their friendship began on rocky ground. “Monet and I weren’t really close to ‘All Stars 4,’ and I think — she’ll tell you the same thing — when we first won, we were both a little offset about it,” she says. “I mean, I know I felt, and I know how she looked; we felt like there was a lot of anxiety and confusion, and [we were] When you win you won’t be as happy as you want to be.”

However, during his reign, Trinity quickly realized that the double victory was actually a blessing. Both queens received their respective crowns and their respective prize money, and were able to make an impact as individual artists. After settling some initial uncertainties, Trinity says she was able to form a real friendship with Monet, although the two of them competed once again on “All Stars: All Winners”. As she says, “There are only two things better than a person who wins in a row!”

On a more personal level, Trinity’s development has gone far beyond drag. On International Transgender Day of Visibility (March 31), she posted about her gender identity, writing, “I still don’t know where my journey will take me, but I am trans-[non-binary]Since then, he has clarified on twitter That she doesn’t consider herself a trans woman and prefers not to label her gender, adding that there is a lot she still feels conflicted about. (Trinity uses the pronoun he/she.)

That aspect of her life remains personal, and she was initially reluctant to speak publicly, given that there is much work that needs to be done. LGBTQ+ community, “I think we’re so diverse, there’s a lot of love, but it could also be a lot of improvement, because we have so many challenges with accepting and overestimating each other,” she tells POPSUGAR. tells to. For Trinity, the most important thing is to respect the journeys of other people, no matter what level they are or what they are going through. Her experience with gender identity is highly personal, and she’s still working to decide what’s best for her.

“I know how I feel, I don’t know that it necessarily matters how I look physically, and I don’t even know that I want to change even more completely physically. I don’t Know how it would make me feel; I don’t know if it would make me feel comfortable,” she says. “What I do know is that everyone has their own journey and there is no one set way of looking at it, as far as gender or non-gender – and we need to have more love and care for each other.” Support is needed.” now he is True queen behavior.

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