Bud Light sponsors stage at Pride Toronto featuring drag performers in leather and latex

Pride Toronto's festival weekend includes a stage sponsored by Bud Light.

Beth Baisch Toronto ON
Pride Toronto's festival weekend kicked off Friday with a large swath of Church Street being closed off for food, festivities, and numerous venues to host an array of entertainment.

Among those was a stage sponsored by Bud Light, a company still reeling from the fallout over their partnership with trans TikToker Dylan Mulvaney, having recently lost their slot as America's top-selling beer.

One of the acts on Friday night was Slash Need, whose on-stage performance included members sporting latex and masks with large eyes and oversized lips painted on, dancing suggestively to rave-style music.

One performer's mesh top was so scant that the individual may as well have been topless, save for black tape over the nipples.

What appeared to be a drag queen had welcomed the group to the stage, and the group's Instagram promoted the performance by saying "Get wet this Friday for Pride Toronto," followed by the splashing water emoji that in some contexts represents sexual fluids.

While one must be 19+ to officially access the Bud Light area, the stage could still be seen from the surrounding area.

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