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"Growing up in a small town in northern BC I knew I was different from everyone else. I tend to like the girly things more than the manly things and through my late teens I kind of realized that I was attracted to the same sex. I have the opportunity to come down to Vancouver so I took it. I discovered what drag was at the Odyssey nightclub. My drag mother olive me dress me up and let me perform my first performance at the Odyssey nightclub it was exhilarating and ever since then the rest is history.

Being part of the Vancouver Court and having titles and raising money for charity has been a big part of my life. The one charity that I really supported was Out in Schools. Growing up in a small town in northern BC we don't have that kind of support. Small logging towns tend to be very small minded. So I decided to keep going with that charity.

Being a queen allowed me to Express myself in different ways. Being able to come out of my shell from being so shy. Doing drag has taught me not to be a shy anymore but to be more forward and be more of a funny character which is already part of now of my personality. I always say to those who are up-and-coming Queens never fear be kind and you'll always have wonderful people around you.

Believe me when I first started drag I didn't look like I do today. I simply looked like a man in a dress. But with the love and support of the local Queens around me they helped shape me they taught me and they guided me and for that I'm very thankful." -Nathan

You all know who you are. Being able to dress up and help make a difference in somebody's life out there makes it all worthwhile. Being one of the Queens in Delta makes it a lot of fun for those who are not really exposed to it. I let them know that we're harmless, we don't bite and we're a heck of a lot of fun. Dressing up and feeling beautiful and regal has always been a passion of mine and I try and keep it classy.