is a tornado in a dress who’s awkwardness is surpassed only by her desire to be liked. Daughter of the legendary Glamamore she hosted and co-produced Club SOME THING weekly for 8 years at the legendary Stud Bar. She was described by the New York Times as “…and one drag queen.”
Vivvy is a worker owner at the Stud Bar (the first worker owned cooperative queer bar and venue in the United States). You can find her bartending there on weekends or producing the parties Grand Opening and Faces.
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Here’s an excerpt
What does a typical day in San Francisco look like for you?
My days are nights. As a bar owner and drag queen, I rise at noon and head to my fave local third wave coffee shop, Pentacle at Sixth and Jesse streets. If it’s super nice, I’ll plan some errands that take me zig-zagging across the city on my bike. Then, I either pick out the best tip-making bartender outfit (think approachable and suggestive) or spend two to three hours getting into drag: shaving, painting my face, packing my bag, gluing on nails. At the club, I’ll wrangle queens, hang out backstage sharing stories, then do my best to get an audience to laugh and shout.