Red-hot RuPaul's Drag Race runner-up debuted her super-fun new single "Body Parts" a couple of weeks, and now we've got the tres chic video to go with it. The track, off Act's new Kaleidoscope EP, is an ode to gender-fluid love and could not come at a more ideal time for trans visibility, gender identification and its imprint on pop culture. "Now that you got me is this what you thought," purrs Act. "Rip off the label, I'm not what you bought. But you still like me, what does that mean? I'll be your peaches, just add cream."
Act had this to say about the song and video, which feels straight out of the '90s: "I wrote with Jake Shears (Scissor Sisters) and Sam Sparro about gender and sex. It's about having relations with straight-identifying men when your body parts don't match those of a biological female...The video is really sexy and made me want to touch myself when I watched it. I've worked with The Squared Division many times over the years. I was so excited and honored to create this video with them. Its so slick and sexy."
Give it a watch above and get ready to touch yourself.