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Watch Laganja Estranja Do the Ultimate Death Drop From 12,500 Feet Up

Watch Laganja Estranja Do the Ultimate Death Drop From 12,500 Feet Up

Watch Laganja Estranja Do the Ultimate Death Drop From 12,500 Feet Up

"Never let your fears stop you from being you. Okurrrrrrrrrr?

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RuPaul's Drag Race alum, Ms. Laganja Estranja, did the ultimate death drop - this time from 12,500 feet above ground level.

Wearing Dolls Kills — an online Boutique for the Misfits & Miss Legits — Laganja looked absolutely sickening.

Pride reached out to Laganja for details about the experience.

“I’ve always wanted to skydive ever since I was 18 years old. I was going to do it when I graduated high school, but my parents wouldn't let me because I had a very important dance performance that summer and they were afraid I might injure myself. So I really never gave it much thought after that until last year when I went to Hawaii and learned that both Violet and Pearl had skydived.

I knew this year when I returned to Hawaii, I had to do it, but natch in drag. This was truly one of the most exhilarating experiences I’ve ever had. Swimming with sharks was easy compared to this.

Going up in a small plane for the first time with the door wide open was truly terrifying. I was so glad my girlfriend was there to grab onto my hand and keep me calm. I’ll never forget when they told me we were only halfway up and it seemed like we were already in outer space. Luckily I was strapped to someone and had no other option but to jump from the plane.

Once I had gotten over the fear of leaving the aircraft, a sense of serenity set in. It was so beautiful, and not quite like I imagined it would feel. I thought my stomach would be in my throat much like when you ride the Tower of Terror or one of those big swinging boats. But instead my body felt weightless and it was almost as if we were floating down like a feather. The landing was a little difficult but in all honesty anyone could do it.

I would suggest people do this, too, however this is definitely for the fearless. Never let your fears stop you from being you. Okurrrrrrrrrr?”  

Watch the video below!

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Zachary Zane

Zachary Zane is a writer, YouTube influencer, and activist whose work focuses on (bi)sexuality, gender, dating, relationships, and identity politics. Check out his YouTube channel here.

Zachary Zane is a writer, YouTube influencer, and activist whose work focuses on (bi)sexuality, gender, dating, relationships, and identity politics. Check out his YouTube channel here.