A grown man performed in drag in front of kids and adults, shockingly toasting to “those who lick us where we pee.”
The “Beauty and the Bingo” drag show, presented by the organization PTX Diverse, was held Saturday at the Steve & Judy Deffibaugh Community Center, a former church, in Princeton, Texas.
“Bearded drag queen toasts to ‘those who lick us where we pee’ in front of young children, who later run up to COLLECT TIP MONEY for another drag queen,” BlazeTV Host Sara Gonzales reported on Twitter, sharing a video of the shockingly R-rated, “family-friendly” show.
“They kicked me out of the event, but strangely streamed the whole thing on Facebook,” she continued.
???? PRINCETON, TX: Bearded drag queen toasts to “those who lick us where we pee” in front of young children, who later run up to COLLECT TIP MONEY for another drag queen. ????
They kicked me out of the event, but strangely streamed the whole thing on Facebook. pic.twitter.com/pMPAovsR2a
— Sara Gonzales (@SaraGonzalesTX) January 29, 2023
Adult-themed drag shows are increasingly welcoming children, in Texas and elsewhere.
As reported previously by The Lion, some of these men are so desperate to perform in drag for the children of Texas they even hired militant thugs to protect them.
After one obscene performance went viral last year, Texas state representatives proposed legislation to ban such shows from being presented to minors.
The Arkansas Senate has even passed a bill classifying drag shows as an adult business. North Dakota and South Dakota are considering similar bills to protect minors.
In Florida, Gov. Ron DeSantis’ office initiated an investigation into the promoters, performers and venues that hosted the “Drag Queen Christmas” to an all-ages audience in Fort Lauderdale in December.
“The Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) is aware of multiple complaints about a sexually explicit performance marketed to children held in Fort Lauderdale on December 26th,” reads a statement from DeSantis’ Press Secretary Bryan Griffin.
“The Department is actively investigating this matter, including video footage and photographs from the event. DPBR will, like in other cases, take action. Exposing children to sexually explicit activity is a crime in Florida, and such action violates the Department’s licensing standards for operating a business and holding a liquor license.”