BREAKING: Explicit 'Drag Queen Christmas' performed for Florida kids despite DeSantis investigation

Outside the venue, about 30 protesters condemned the event. From behind a row of police officers, far-left activists called them "Nazis" and waved banners saying that "Drag can be family friendly."

Beth Baisch Toronto ON

An explicit, all-ages "Drag Queen Christmas" show was staged on Wednesday night in Orlando at the Plaza Live.

This despite a warning issued to several venues that host such entertainments from the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation, stating that they must not allow minors to attend these drag shows or face a loss of business licenses.

Children were in attendance at the event, which included several explicit and bizarre performances.

The show featured explicit take-offs on the Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer story to a peculiar performance in which a drag queen mimicked giving birth to provocative dancing and candy breasts.

One performer dressed in massive prosthetic breasts for a sexed-up version of the classic children's classic on reindeer games, renaming it "Screwdolph."

Outside the venue, about 30 protesters condemned the event. From behind a row of police officers, far-left activists called them "Nazis" and waved banners saying that "Drag can be family friendly."

One man praised Governor Ron DeSantis for his Parental Rights in Education act and work protecting children in the state from being exposed to inappropriate content in schools.

The far-left activists responded by saying "F*ck DeSantis." They also called to arrest Rep. Matt Gaetz.

As The Post Millennial previously reported, The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation announced on Tuesday that they are investigating the “Drag Queen Christmas” all-ages drag show which took place on Monday in Fort Lauderdale.

The drag queen show took place at the Broward Center for Performing Arts Center and exposed minors to sexualized acts.

"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. The Department will share any collected evidence with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) for potential criminal liability.

"The Department frequently conducts investigations into these matters upon tips provided by the public, and we thank the public for continuing to bring attention to these incidents. Investigations of such allegations will remain a priority for the Department and, indeed, are ongoing," the statement says.

Drag Story Hours were founded with the intention of "queering" early childhood education. Drag Story Hours are often held in public libraries, though many of these libraries are unwilling to host story hours by authors espousing Christian values. For these libraries, only kink education is allowed.


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