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She began performing in drag at the age of 19. The name "Violet" was inspired by Jennifer Tilly's character in the film Bound, while "Chachki" is a variant of the Yiddish word tchotchke, a small object that is decorative rather than functional. Violet first performed at the bar LeBuzz in Marietta, Georgia. He used a fake ID to perform in local drag shows, eventually winning "Miss New Faces" at Friends on Ponce in Atlanta.
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"I myself identify as being genderqueer. So some days I feel more like a female. Some days I feel more like a male. And some days I don't want to take my makeup off. And some days I don't want to put it on. So for me, gender is extremely fluid like that. Drag has really helped me explore my identity."
References[edit | edit source]
- @VioletChachki (February 6, 2016). "To be clear I have no preferred pronouns. In this instance it just made sense to use "they" as to not gender me at all" – via Twitter.
- "Violet Chachki Interview". Powderzine. Retrieved May 31, 2015.
- Reynolds, Daniel (2 June 2015). "America's Next Drag Superstar Is 22, Genderqueer, and a Trans Activist". advocate.com. Retrieved 1 April 2020.
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