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  • Victoria Secret's Introduction
    Victoria Secret appeared out of my need to express myself in the gender I would have preferred to be.

    I created Victoria when I was given the opportunity to work as a cocktail waitress in a San Francisco drag club called Lily's, way back in 1991; but because of my theater background, I soon moved into performance as well, and in 1996, I started a trendsetting revue called En Drag, while still working fulltime as a criminal trial attorney (I have since retired, and am now happily employed as a bartender and show hostess at Divas and Aunt Charlie's Lounge in San Francisco). En Drag eventually morphed into Fauxgirls! in 2001, and is still going strong, making it one of the longest-running drag shows in San Francisco. We are now doing a dinner show at the fabulous Infusion Lounge in San Francisco on the third Thursday of every month! Please visit our show website at and then drop by some night to see us! I guarantee you will enjoy the evening!

    I also work and perform at other clubs throughout San Francisco and the Bay Area. In the Imperial Court of San Francisco, I am "Cocktail Princess to the Ruby Empress," and I often perform or work at benefits and other events for both the Ducal and Imperial Courts.

    I am single and bisexual, femme and sensual, and I enjoy meeting those who admire women like myself, especially if they are friendly, talented and without "attitude." You can find me on Facebook as "Vikki West" and my show as "Fauxgirls! San Francisco's Favorite Drag Revue"
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"While there is no shame in being gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or intersex - or even straight (but not narrow) - there is most certainly shame and dishonor in being a homophobe, a transphobe and a bigot."
- Christina Engela, Blachart