20 years of delivering a message of love
Miss Butterfly celebrates the decades of her life, in a year that lined up for multiple celebrations. Born in Lebanon, he moved at age 10 to Montreal, where he has lived for 30 years, in 2020 he celebrates 20 years of career as a drag queen, in addition to his 40th birthday. In addition to 10 years since the first time to represent his drag show Puerto Vallarta, in Blue Chairs Resort By The Sea the hotel for the LGBT + community.
During these 20 years of career, Miss Butterfly's biggest goal has been to bring a message of respect and love to her attendees.
"I gained a lot of confidence in 20 years of drag, I make a lot of people happy, and I like it a lot. And you know, positive attitude, good vibes, I think it's very important. It's a way to allow me to be even more spreader of love, spread positive energy and respect, everything is possible in life. Especially because of where I come from, coming from Lebanon, where it's illegal to be gay or lesbian, wherever.... The LGBT+ community is very hidden you know? So I think by doing Drag I help other people to believe in themselves and to be positive, and I think I give a good message by doing that."
Drag Show Puerto Vallarta, 10 years of changing stereotypes
During 10 of the 20 years of Miss Butterfly's career, she has come down from Canada to Puerto Vallarta to present her show, where she has only missed a couple of years. She has returned to our city as a second home to present a different show every year, but with a permanent message: the vindication of the LGTB+ community.
" have a message behind that work. I don't do it just to do it, I do it to entertain, I do it to educate, I do it to provoke, I do it to impress. So it's a job, but it's not like any normal job. It's a job that's going to make a change in everybody's life. You have to walk away with something because in my job I have to change people's lives; every time I go on stage I have to change people's lives. And bitch, of course I do! Every time people love it, they laugh about it, and if I don't please everybody... fuck it, it's not my problem. You can't please everyone. Some people are really offended, and some people are offended before, but when they see a drag queen show, they say, Oh! There are different kinds of drag queens."
With shows every Sunday and Tuesday, Miss Butterfly is waiting to surprise you with her costume changes, song performances and a host of surprises that you can't miss at the Miss Butterfly Cabaret Drag Show Puerto Vallarta at Blue Chairs Resort By The Sea. We assure you that you will have a great time.
"I understand why some people think drag performers are all the same. But that's their opinion. If you don't open your horizon, and you don't see many drag shows, then where do your statistics come from? If you see a drag in your life, and she was like bad, bitchy, bad influence or negative. And you think they're all the same, I don't think that's normal. You have to discover other drags and then decide whether you normalize it or not."