Let's talk about the streets. We all travel from place to place and some of us like to travel these roads in all our finery and realness. Specifically, presenting "otherness" from this heteronormative culture we're surrounded in. "Otherness" is when our queer realness on the inside is worn or shows on the outside. Some of us are chameleons and pass in the mainstream, some of us have QUEER tattoo'd on our faces (literally) so-to-speak. For those of us who don't pass and for those of us choosing to present that otherness either in the form of drag, cross-dressing, holding the hand of your same-sex/tranny/genderqueer lover being hella butch or femme, skipping with unicorns and rainbows OR really just showing any sign of vibrant queer life...being on the streets alone can present us with a great opportunity to be VISIBLE and for CONFRONTATION.
While I am a fan of OVER THE MOTHER FUCKING TOP, I've seen courageous and powerful presentations of otherness and queerness be as subtle as a kiss on the max from two lovers, holding hands at the grocery store, a man to man hug that lingered too long in the underwear section at ross.
Live the love. Celebrate to liberate, don't deviate to self-destruct against each other.