BlazeTV host Sara Gonzales hosted a family-friendly bingo and drag show in Princeton, Texas. The video shot by Gonzales shows children collecting tip money for drag performers.
Princeton TX Diverse presented a drag show “Beauty and the Bingo” at the Steve & Judy Deffibaugh Community Center Saturday afternoon. Tickets were $20.
Princeton TX Diverse is an organization that believes “everyone is welcome here, regardless of age, color, disability, economic status, ethnicity, marital status, gender, genetic information, national origin, neurodiversity, marital status, race, sexual orientation , spirituality. veteran identity or status.”
Gonzales, the host of “The News & Why It Matters” podcast, attended the drag event. She shot revealing footage and shared videos on her Twitter and Instagram accounts.
The video shows a bearded performer raising a bottle of beer and asking the audience for a toast. The drag show performer acknowledges that there are children in attendance, but continues with the cheeky toast anyway.
The drag show performer tells the crowd, “Raise your glasses, cheers for you, cheers for me, cheers for those who lick us where we pee.”
The footage shows drag performers performing salacious dance moves while dressed in provocative outfits.
At one point, a drag show performer throws dollar bills into the air. Three children run to the floor and collect the tip money.
The announcer says of the children, “And thanks to our little helpers who run here to collect their money. Right there is our future.”
u201cud83dudea8 PRINCETON, TX: Bearded drag queen toasts to those of us who lick where we pee in front of little kids, who then run to COLLECT TIP MONEY for another drag queen. ud83dudea8nnThey kicked me out of the event, but weirdly they streamed everything on Facebook.u201d
— Sara Gonzales (@SaraGonzales) 1674955709
Gonzales was kicked out of the “Beauty and Bingo” show. However, the drag show was broadcast on the official Princeton TX Diverse Facebook page.
In recent months, there have been numerous LGBTQ events in Texas involving children.
In December, an “all-ages” event called “The Island of Misfit Toys Drive & Drag Show” was held in San Antonio. The show included a screening of the Christmas classic “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.”
In November, a Denton bookstore hosted a “transgender story time” for children. BlazeTV personality Alex Stein poked fun at Antifa members policing the event.
In June, a gay bar in Texas hosted a “Drag the Kids to Pride” event where drag queen dancers gyrated provocatively in front of children as young as young. Promoters billed the event as the “ultimate family pride experience”.
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