Once upon a time there lived a Fairy Princess. She wasn’t particularly fair or dainty and most princes paid her no mind. Her parents weren’t regal and instead of a castle she lived in a tiny studio apartment. However, she loved the gays, making her a FAIRY PRINCESS.
This Fairy Princess has been waving the rainbow flag since she was a small child. She quickly realized the importance of having a gaggle of gays in her posse. She didn’t need woodland creatures to help her get ready for The Ball. She never asked “Mirror, mirror on the wall”, she knew she’d never be the fiercest one of all. Although she dipped her pinky in the Lilith Fair, she wanted a pussy pouncing prince to call her very own. Until then, she was tickled pink to kick it with her boys.
The fairy princess kissed a few frogs but never did fret for too long as her trusty Mo’s were always there with a “poison apple” to lift her spirits and take her dancing. Never was she happier than vogueing in a sea of shirtless Go-Go Boys. Life was almost perfect until tragically one night, when the clock struck 12, her gaydar malfunctioned and the princess’ little heart was broken. She recovered gracefully as all good fairy princesses do.
Time marched on and so did our Fairy Princess. She proudly marched for equality and embraced Gay Pride. One enchanted evening our Fairy Princess met her Prince Charming. He had absolutely no interest in who designed her glass slippers and embraced her homo’s like Bro-Mo’s. The Fairy Princess and Prince Charming wed and produced 2 heirs, a little girl and boy. They will be raised to love and never judge.
Now that the Fairy Princess and her brood live in the Burbs she doesn’t get to see her gays as often. She gets her fix by detecting the future of gay youth on the playground. Maybe she’ll even help ease some of them into becoming proud gay men just like a good Fairy Godmother should.