Masculine strength and love of makeup
I am bisexual, straight-acting, and a drag queen, and most don't know any of that.
I was raised as the middle child of 3 (and the only boy) by a father raised around girls. He enforced the idea of my masculine strength since he was a mason. I grew up a bit jealous of my sisters because of the fun fashion and how makeup looked.
With calluses on my hands, at the age of 23, I secretly picked up a makeup brush and tried to learn the skill. After moving out of my hometown to a bigger city, I went to my first drag show and have dived deeper since!
My family, while supportive, wouldn't go see me perform, but I am happier now.