29 Apr '18, 9am

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"I don't feel as comfortable acting feminine as Adam, so being in drag lets me express that part of myself. That way, I'm able to convey masculinity as Adam, and femininity as Yeastmonster," said Adam, who also enjoys running in his free time. As we watched Adam transform into Yeastmonster, we noticed that his mannerisms got bolder. He spoke more confidently than his usual self, and there was a lot of sass in his movements as well. He shared that the most difficult part of the transformation process is "tucking" because it's uncomfortable. Tucking refers to the practice of positioning the male genitals, so that it is not easily visible from the front of the body.

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