Xavier Piedra is a graduate from New York University where he studied Journalism and English. Xavier’s work has previously appeared in Out Magazine, The Daily Beast, Mashable, and Billboard Pride. As a full-time French Bulldog and drag queen enthusiast, Xavier’s lifetime goal is to own two Frenchies who will star alongside him in future drag performances.
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