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Christmas-themed 'all-ages' drag show features Satanist flag, queens gyrating for kids

"A child was left unattended without parents throughout the entire show," reporter Tayler Hansen said. "A Drag Queen was touching and stroking a child's hair. Attendees gave the child money to give to the Queens."

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An explicit Texas drag show marketed towards kids included adult males in wigs, thongs dancing in a sexual manner, who behaved inappropriately with a child who's parents weren't present. The venue, which advertises itself as "all-ages," features an LGBTQ+ Satanist pride flag on display and regularly hosts other like events, according to a report from independent journalist Tayler Hansen.

The event, "The Island of Misfit Toys Drive & Drag Show," took place at The Starlighter in San Antonio, on Friday. The flier for the event advertised a screening of the children's Christmas movie "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer," alongside performances from some drag queens with X-rated stage names, like "Miss Taint."



Scheduled to go until midnight, the event charged a $10 cover fee, or $5 with a toy donation.

"All ages & pet friendly," the flier stated.

The performance was put on by a group called The House of Eternas, who are "San Antonio's Premiere BIPOC alternative drag troupe," according to their Facebook page.

Hansen attended the event, and posted footage from the show on Saturday.

"A child was left unattended without parents throughout the entire show," the reporter wrote. "A Drag Queen was touching and stroking a child's hair. Attendees gave the child money to give to the Queens."



The disturbing footage showed the audience, which included kids, watching the G-rated holiday classic before the show began with a drag queen stripping off a cloak to reveal their bra and underwear. The male performer then bent over, revealing his thong-cladden behind and spread his legs to reveal his crotch area during a dance number.

Later in the show, another drag performer asks a young girl where her parents were, to which a crowd member responded that they were outside.

"Are you enjoying the show?" the performer asked the child. She shook her head "no," causing the crowd to erupt in laughter.

Later, a drag queen sitting in the audience was seen stroking the girl's hair.

Hansen's footage also showed an adult-themed flag hanging above the door through which performers entered onto the stage, featuring the rainbow LGBTQ+ stripes, marijuana leaves, and the "666" Satanic symbol.

According to Hansen, another drag show marketed towards "all ages" is being hosted at The Starlighter on Sunday.



In a statement to The Post Millennial, he broke down what he saw.

"I've covered countless 'all ages' drag shows in the state of Texas, they are always highly inappropriate and not suited for children," Hansen said. "This event hosted by The Starlighter was no exception."

He then went on to describe the inappropriate nature of an unattended child being included in the show:

"A hyper-sexualized show took place with an unattended minor present throughout it all. The parents of the child were outside the venue for the entirety of the show. At one point in the show a drag queen was talking to the child and realized the parents weren't inside the venue, they carried on with the show anyways. One drag queen even played with the child's hair and continuously hugged and touched the child knowing her parents weren't inside of the event. Random attendees were handing the child money to tip the Drag Queens that were performing."

"There was nothing 'child-friendly' about this event and any venue hosting sexualized shows for children should immediately be shut down," he added.
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