Queen Vashti's name has been tarnished not only by her accusers but for generations to come by the accusations and stigmatization that yet linger in the minds of her readers. A very important factor has been overlooked in regards to Queen Vashti. Today, I challenge every reader to ask, themselves "Since When Does A Queen Wear Her Royal Crown To A Wild Party?" This is paramount information that has been neglected. This book gives a different perspective in viewing her actions. Is Queen Vashti the overlooked Queen who is also a Champion? No one asked the queen her reason for not attending the royal banquet. Her husband did not speak with her; therefore I ask that each one read the story with an open mind and review the facts that are presented in this book. Is she a champion, trailblazer or villain? Should Queen Vashti's memory continue to be tarnished? Is she a catalyst, innovator, a mover and shaker, who refused to allow herself to be diminished as her man downplayed the Royal Crown, that represented power and authority in her face, while saying he was trying to showcase her beauty? By any chance could it have been that she saw through the king's insecure tactics and decided that this day in history would be the day that would be edged into the pages of historians that she stood up and rose to the occasion for females present and for generations to come? Is Queen Vashti, a woman who stepped out of the box to get some fresh air to liberate other women to know this is how to do it regardless if one is at the top? Has Queen Vashti's name been used as a scapegoat to take the focus off, of men wrongful doings? Did she contribute to the king's thinking twice before neglecting or mistreating Queen Esther? Is Queen Vashti an overlooked warrior and liberator who deserve a standing ovation Are there two heroes in the story oppose to one? Is it now time for Queen Vashti's name to become an honorable name among other great iconic women for refusing to allow anyone to dishonor their position or name. Is it time to honor Queen Vashti for being a woman who would not present to the king wearing her royal crown at an unsuitable event? Is Queen Vashti a woman who could have experienced a life changing defining moment whereby she was willing to risk it all for what she believed You decide is Queen Vashti a hero, champion, or should her name continue to be vilified and dragged through the mud as, a street thug?