Children hand out dollars at ‘Drag The Kids To Pride Drag Show’

Screenshot from video below


The Lone Star State is once again a site of controversy after a drag show was held for children at an adult bar- and the event was deemed by many to be anything but appropriate and “family friendly.”

In a case of LGBTQ month celebrations gone horribly awry, the so-called “family friendly” event was called “Drag the Kids to Pride ” and held at the Mr.Misster nightclub and bar.

According to DallasGayNightlife.com, “Mr. Misster is a raucous cocktail bar and nightclub on Dallas’ Cedar Springs strip in the Oak Lawn gayborhood.”

The June 4 event was filmed and photographed, and shows children giving money to drag queens in front of a wall bearing a neon sign that read “It’s Not Gonna Lick Itself.”

It goes without saying that many were not pleased with the display, particularly at a time when public sentiment is rising concerning accusations of the postmodern LGBT movement becoming a hotbed for “grooming” young kids.

Video footage from the inside was provided by Andy Ngo, guerilla journalist.

Later, some of the performers were confronted by Alex Stine, a podcast host. The performer and his partner were escorted to their vehicle by the Dallas Police, who looked less-than-thrilled to be involved.

Outside of the event, a person of color was allegedly physically confronted by “far-left protestors” after he attempted to protest the show.

The masked individuals can be seen mobbing the man.

One transgender attendee, @andresayshello, expressed disdain for what was witnessed at the event, deeming it inappropriate.

While screenshots remain, the tweet has since been taken down or restricted.

However, @andreysayshello was not the only member of the LGBT community who shared in the sentiment.

“More LGBTQ need to stand up to this,” @TheWeirdestFish tweeted. “No one has a right to push sexuality on a child.”

“I’m gay and I agree with you 100%,” @bobomckonny replied. “Children should not be subjected to this.”

Eventbrite.com and the local newspaper, The Star-Telegram promoted tickets to the event.

“Mr. Misster’s Drag The Kids To Pride Drag Show provides the ultimate family friendly pride experience,” the website read. “This signature event is a family friendly spin off of our famed Champagne Drag Brunch, with our resident DJ Charlie Phresh playing some of your favorite hits while host Nicole O’Hara Munro brings together some of the best drag entertainers around! Our under 21 guests can enjoy a special Mr. Misster Mocktails while the moms and dads can sip on one of our classic Mr. Misster Mimosa Towers. 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 hangout with the Queens and enjoy this unique pride experience, fit for guests of all ages!”

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