Join us, in conversation with gender activist, Christopher Hoffmann as we explore the world of Drag. Hear, from Chris on how he explored his opportunity to be big and loud. Join in, on his story of how his drag experiences, validated his existence and his Drag Persona - Muffy!
Join us, in conversation with gender activist, Christopher Hoffmann as we explore the world of Drag. Hear, from Christopher on how he explored his opportunity to be big and loud. Join in, on his story of how his drag experiences, validated his existence and his Drag Persona - Muffy!
There is another language around dressing as a woman, it is a question of why. Dressing as a dude is all about what and how. I do not want to give up my power and ability to try it, I want to explore that.
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He is an Automotive Engineer and was the CEO of One Wheel MotorCycle by profession. But there’s so much more to his personality which he didn’t know until he explored more about himself. In the podcast Christopher tells us how he went on to explore his wild side by dressing up differently which was a little edgy and started attracting people with his unique ways of styling himself which initiated conversations. He didn’t limit living his life as per what his gender norms allowed him to be, he challenged it and what he found was a lot of fun, more friends and much better sexual pleasures which he otherwise wouldn’t have experienced.
Christopher has recently come up with his book ‘Heart In Gear’ which he explains as an engineer’s erotic journey to freedom. Christopher is now a gender activist and supports LGBTQ communities and has been very vocal about how pushing your limits and accepting who you are makes you a much better and happier human being.
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Tickle.Life Editorial Team, Oct 23