We were so happy to chat with Gd. Nacho Husband from the Palm Springs House, not only is he a hunka-hunka burnin love, he’s also very charming.
What is your full Guard name and when did you become fully professed?
My Guard name is Sergeant of the Guard Nacho Husband, and I became Fully Professed in December of 2011
Knowing that some guards occasionally find putting on makeup challenging, do you do your own makeup or does someone else do it for you?
I do my own makeup. I am a cosmetologist by trade, so I use to do makeup professionally, but the white is a total different creature; it’s fun, and I enjoy coming up with different faces.
How many members in the Palm Springs house are guards?
We have two Guards
How do you describe the role of a guard, in your own words?
In our house, Guards are equal to the sisters; so we all have fun. But trying to keep the Sisters in order and safe is like herding geese in a windstorm.
What is the best advice you can give to a member who has decided to follow the Guard path?
Come on boy; it’s fun!!!!!!! Get your leather out, WOOF!
What is your personal mission as a Guard?
My mission is to do good things for our community. I just wanted to raise money for those who need it, and have a great, fun time in the process. I was a leather title holder before I became a member of the Sisters; Sisters are much more fun here (not to say that the leather community isn’t fun! that’s for sure!).
What are you currently most excited about?
I’m excited that our house is growing tremendously, and with some really great guys. I feel that with this team, we can do even better, and do what we are here for: to entertain our community and raise money for our charities.
What is your most memorable experience as a guard?
My most memorable time is when I finally became a FPM!!! I worked to get there, and the fruits paid off (so to speak)! Ha-Ha
What do you think is the biggest misconception of guards and how would you correct that misconception?
I am not aware of any misconceptions of the guards, except the questions of the public as to why we dress differently.