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The Art of Adrogny
Dusty foundation, a perfect base,
Blemishes gone without a trace.
Light pink rouge, a healthy glow,
Make it natural, so nobody knows.
Soft eye shadow, grey and light,
Thick mascara, black as night.
Black pencil around the eyes,
Your best feature, keep them dry.
Shiny lipstick, pink and pale,
10 rainbow colours upon your nails.
Filed straight, sharp and neat,
With matching polish on your feet.
Bright red top and black leather skirt,
Dark leather jacket, so tight it hurts.
Fishnet tights and killer heels,
A silver choker and rings of steel.
Sweet perfume sprayed on the skin,
Who says cross-dressing is a sin?
Strawberry blonde hair, backcombed fast,
Out the door, ready at last.
Beauty is an art for which we must suffer,
And when you are a boy, it's even tougher!