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‘All Ages’ Drag Show Exposes Kids to Nudity and Simulated Sexual Acts

‘What is ‘family friendly’ or appropriate for ‘all ages’ about this?...’

(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Recently, leftists in Austin, Texas, revealed their ideology to groom little children once again by organizing an “all ages” drag show that featured partial nudity and graphic sexual content, according to the Daily Caller.

“Performers at ‘A Drag Queen Christmas’ show Wednesday made a point of communicating with young children in the audience, accepting money from kids around age 10 and asking if they were ‘confused yet,’ according to an independent journalist Tayler Hansen, who published videos of the event,” the news outlet wrote.

“Drag performers made explicit sexual comments, simulated sex acts, wore revealing outfits and exposed realistic prosthetic breasts to the audience.”

“During one performance, a video of five nearly-nude men wearing reindeer antlers piled together in a bed played in the background while a dancer performed ‘Screwdolph the Red Nippled Reindeer,’ which involved red lasers affixed to the performer’s large costume breasts, according to the videos” the Caller added.

“Two nearly-nude men with leather collars and fur covering their crotches appeared onstage during this act and appeared to simulate anal sex.”

That is not the end for a “family-friendly” show, though.

“One performer exposed what appeared to be realistic prosthetic breasts and asked a child in the audience, ‘Are you reaching for my titties? Are you hungry?’ according to videos shared by Hansen,” the Caller reported.

“Another performer singled out two young children and asked them, ‘Are you having fun, are you enjoying it, are you confused yet?’ according to Hansen’s videos.”

Even though the event is clearly not made for children, the Facebook page says otherwise.

“All ages welcome,” according to the Facebook page.

Previously, the Facebook page warned people that even though the show may not be the best place for children. However, this warning was later deleted, as reported by Hansen.

In his thread, Hansen asked a logical question regarding the “all ages” statement, attaching obscene photos from the Austin event.

“What is ‘family friendly’ or appropriate for ‘all ages’ about this?”

The Caller reported that the show is expected to run in cities across the U.S. throughout the Christmas season. On Dec. 17, the children of Dallas, Texas, will be targeted next.

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