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The term "drag" is usually used to express the play with gender roles.


Drag" is an abbreviation for "Dressed as Girl" or "Dressed as Guy". In everyday life, this term is often misinterpreted or not interpreted comprehensively enough. Many people associate drag with the classic travesty sector.

This is not only about slipping into the role of a woman as a man and thus celebrating a special lifestyle. Rather, the opposite form of drag and thus dressing up as a woman as a man is also possible.

In short: Drag - in its original form - has many facets and is accordingly much more complex than it might appear at first glance.

Furthermore, a particularly well-known prejudice should be cleared up at this point. Because: male drags do not necessarily have to be gay and female do not have to be lesbian. Rather, this art is a special kind of play in which a mirror is held up to society in a certain way.

With the help of D-Style, it is possible to blur the boundaries between the sexes in a particularly artistic way and thus break away from old conventions. Due to the exaggerations that are really celebrated in connection with drag shows, it is often difficult to escape the special magic of these productions.

Many people are so fascinated by their Drag-Ichs that they develop more and more detailed characters over time and thus realise themselves in a special way.