A Pride Month event at a Dallas gay bar sparked massive social-media outrage over the weekend, after footage surfaced of children being invited to participate in a drag-queen show.
The “Drag the Kids to Pride” event, held at the Mr. Misster Dallas gay nightclub on Saturday became the focus of media attention as conservatives protested outside the club.
Parents brought their kids along to the morning drag show, which featured men in drag outfits dancing provocatively in front of an “It’s not gonna lick itself” sign. Kids were invited to partake, dancing alongside the men.
Beyond simply dressing up in women’s clothes, drag queens at the Dallas venue wore a variety of skimpy outfits, including PVC bodysuits and lingerie. Kids attending the event were exposed to stripper culture, encouraged by their parents to hand out dollar bills to the twerking dancers.
An ad for the event read, “Do you want to hit the stage with the queens? We have FIVE limited spots for young performers to take the stage solo, or with a queen of their choosing! Come hang out with the Queens and enjoy this unique pride experience, fit for guests of all ages!”
The event was held amid nationwide controversy over the normalization of sexual deviancy around children, often celebrated as “inclusivity” by the alphabet brigade.