Bobrisky might have made a name for himself by being a highly recognised cross dresser and effeminate personality, but he is really not the only one. Before Idris Okuneye came to light, a male media personality called Denrele Edun actually was known to have embraced cross dressing and the art of being feminine.
While Denrele has being under the radar for a while now, he has proven that he is still got the effeminate juice running through him. He reflected his yet still dominant flair by donning on a skirt in a recent photo shoot.
The media personality has admitted that he has got a feminine side to himself which is extremely proud of. But even more, he has also shown that there is a masucline view to him which helps him protect his female intuition.
Hence, as Denrele puts it, he is his own sugar daddy. What this means is that he provides his lavish needs for himself by himself.
This connotes that unlike other girls, he is not a small girl with a big god. Rather, he is his own big girl with a big god. The effeminate who has in the past acted the part of a red carpet host shared photos of himself wearing a skirt just as he wrote these words.
"I never ask for anything in a relationship..... because I have this Sugar Daddy I have created for myself: ME!
I am my own Sugar Daddy, my own Sponsor. I have a very strong male side, which I developed to protect my female side. If I want a diamond necklace, I can go and buy myself a diamond necklace!"
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Although he has not changed his appearance in any way, his long hair and mannerism showed that he is every bit a cross dresser as well. Alongside the photos he shared, Denrele also added a caption that conveyed his mood and also expressed his thoughts about being neither male nor female.
The word Denrele used for this is "androgynous". This meant that he did not find the need to classify himself as either male or female; being human was enough for him.
See his words below:
"ANDROGYNY, baby! In the unification of two minds, orientation... is irrelevant.
I like the word "androgynous" because it doesn't require you to be either masculine OR feminine.
Androgyny doesn't require you to take on either of those classifiable roles and to me, that is a truly beautiful thing. We can have an easier time being ourselves when we don't have to focus on fitting into these specific boxes!"
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The media personality also took to talking about who paid too much attention to social media and the unproductivity it breeds.
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