While many gay men log on to Grindr, Scruff and the like to window shop while bored, meet a mate or interact with locals when traveling -- not to mention find more immediate gratification -- it's strictly business for the RuPaul's Drag Race star.
When someone says that they find a label hurtful, the natural, reasonable response is to just stop using it. Instead, a mob of mostly older, mostly urban, mostly privileged gay men has chosen to stomp their feet, cry and plead oppression.
Decades ago, when C&C Music Factory's "Everybody Dance Now" topped charts based on the powerful voice of Martha Wash, featured vocalists were something of a novelty. In today's music industry, they're practically the norm.