I’ve performed cabaret for the past four years and some of what I’ve done has involved drag. It’s a fun art form where the lines of sex and gender are blurred but while blurring those lines I want to remain conscientious of the identities I’m playing with: to not treat them like a tourist or make some kind of cheap joke at anyone’s expense. In the past I’ve adopted drag names that weren’t terrible but weren’t exactly progressive either. So my deed is to think about feminism when doing drag more, all the way down to the names I use; to represent the identities I assume with respect; and to only engage with stereotypes if I’m challenging or subverting them.