You have to go beyond everywhere, b**ches. Your hair has to go beyond, your clothes have to go beyond, your make-up has to go beyond, your face has to go beyond. Leaping is your gateway to the mainstream...it's a category only for real women. (Season 1, Episode 5) The paradox is that these "real" male/female performances have broken the framework of biological and social gender. In the pursuit of "reality", they have questioned the mainstream "reality" and what is "reality"? Butler perfectly describes such a scenario. She believes that this way of gender performance shows that gender is just "made" and "played". It's like a drag queen constantly appropriating various feminine symbols to "act" herself as a "woman".
In the same way, heterosexuality is not a "real" existence, it is also a copy, and it is not the "authentic" existence of homosexuality, but all lust telemarketing list and gender is a "play". Heterosexuality is not the truth, imitation is just copying replica. Conclusion: Voguing's energy and interweaving What Voguing brings is not just a performance, but a gendered political statement, questioning what the "truth" is emphasized by the heterosexual mainstream culture? It was also a political strategy to push black queer culture into the mainstream, such as Madonna's "Vogue". The community ties brought about by Voguing point to the "interweaving" issues faced by black
Queer people: from the play, it can be seen that the threat faced by black transgender people is the threat of transphobia under racial discrimination , making their life experience very different from that of white queer people, access to more austere social welfare, medical care, shelter and other resources, like the recent , all point out that black queer people face more severe police violence and social exclusion. Voguing culture can be a performance or a kinetic energy to unite the community; it is not just talk on paper, but emphasizes that "performance" must return to the basis of material and historical conditions to achieve political movements such as protests,