BREAKING: Libs of TikTok Twitter account reinstated following suspension for drag show thread

"You may not engage in the targeted harassment of someone, or incite other people to do so," the message said. "This includes wishing or hoping that someone experiences physical harm."

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA

On Thursday, the popular Twitter account Libs of TikTok announced their return after being suspended late Wednesday evening for a thread of recent drag events, many of which had children in their audiences.

The account had been locked out on Wednesday evening "abuse and harassment" in regards to the account's "mega drag thread."

"I'm back! Apparently posting videos and flyers of drag events is abusive but the actual events are just 'innocent family friendly entertainment," Libs of Tik Tok said in their return to Twitter Thursday.

A message sent to Libs of Tik Tok by twitter said that the thread violated their "Twitter Rules." Under the rules of condition, Twitter stated that in order for Libs of Tik Tok to return to the site, the thread must be "deleted."

"You may not engage in the targeted harassment of someone, or incite other people to do so," Twitter stated in the message, which was posted by Babylon Bee CEO Seth Dillon. "This includes wishing or hoping that someone experiences physical harm."

The message in question came in response to Libs of Tik Tok's "mega drag thread."

"They say it's innocent. They say it's about inclusion and acceptance. They say no one is trying to confuse, corrupt, or sexualize kids. They lie," the post in question said.

While Libs of Tik Tok has posted numerous instances of drag queens performing in front of kids, the account has ramped up posting these instances at the beginning of June, which marks the start of Pride Month.

In one tweet posted yesterday, prior to the suspension, Libs of Tik Tok said that the account has posted over 40 examples of drag performances for kids, but had another 150 that may never be posted.

This tweet came in response to Dillon, who said "I'm told drag for kids is being made into a bigger deal than it is. There's just 'a handful of exampled' of inappropriate' events, they say."

"This is far from the truth."

The most recent examples of such performances include on in Dallas, where kids were invited to walk the runway with drag queens at the bar Mr. Misster.

Hanging in the bar was a neon lit sign that stated, "It's not gonna lick itself," and children were seen handing money to the performers. The event was called "drag the kids to pride," and toted itself as being "family friendly."

Another instance occurred in San Fransisco, where a drag queen by the name of "Nicole Jizz" performed in front of middle schoolers.


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