NEW: Kids YouTuber Ms. Rachel’s trans sidekick performs at Chicago Pride event targeting young children

The event featured a sing-a-long with Jules, drag queens dancing provocatively, and teaching children to dance in drag fashion.

Libby Emmons Brooklyn NY
YouTube children's entertainer Ms. Rachel's sidekick Jules Hoffman, a non-binary female who uses they/them pronouns, co-hosted The Queer Fam Pride Jam in Chicago's Millennium Park over the weekend. The event, which Jules co-hosted along with drag queen Queen Priyanka, featured a sing-a-long with Jules along with drag queens dancing provocatively, and teaching children to dance in drag fashion.

Footage from the event was shared by Matt Walsh and The Daily Wire, which showed Jules singing and playing guitar for families and children gathered for the event. Hoffman identifies as "nonbinary, trans and queer" and uses "they/them" pronouns. Hoffman has been a regular in Rachel Accurso's YouTube content since 2019. Ms. Rachel introduced Hoffman on her Songs for Littles channel with they/them pronouns.

Hoffman's presence on the show has been criticized previously by parents for injecting a political perspective to the show, namely that of gender ideology, which contains the idea that babies can be born in the wrong bodies and that it's possible for human beings to change their biological sex through belief, pharmaceuticals, and surgeries.

Jules' performance was followed by a drag queen in skin-tight leopard print dancing and kicking to the Spice Girls, performing splits and collecting money from children, as is the custom in strip clubs and at drag shows. Children gathered around the man and cheered and danced along.

Another video featured a male dance instructor teaching children to Vogue, a dance style popularized in gay and drag clubs. Children and families looked on and cheered. The instructor taught the children to strut and shimmy.

Jules and co-host Queen Priyanka invited families and "littles" to come to the Millennium Park event in Instagram videos. "I really can't wait to hang out with you and your littles," Jules said.

Queen Priyanka was "so excited to be hosting the largest, most iconic gathering of LGBTQ families, and kids, and allies" and to "celebrate queer joy."

The latest controversy surrounding Jules' participation in the event comes after it was revealed that Ms. Rachel had invited trans TikTok star of "365 Days of Girlhood" Dylan Mulvaney to appear on her show to sing for children. Mulvaney refers to women's reproductive organs as "Barbie pockets," shared videos celebrating being a "bimbo," and advocates to "normalize the bulge," meaning the outline of male genitalia in women's clothes.

Ms. Rachel also came under fire for posting her own video celebrating the Pride month of June, saying "happy Pride to all of our wonderful families and friends." In response to the obvious coming backlash, Ms. Rachel made her view known that she is not at all concerned about those parents who would prevent their children from watching the show due to the political identity messaging it contained.

"To all Mamas," Tanya Posobiec said, "Ms Rachel deserves a Target treatment."

Target was boycotted by parents last year over their massive Pride collection for children, some of which was designed by a trans Satanist, "tucking" swimsuits, and Pride displays that were impossible to avoid at many stores. Potential Ms. Rachel guest Mulvaney was the reason many Americans boycotted Bud Light last year after the beer brand signed Mulvaney up to do marketing and it backfired spectacularly.
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