Trans-activists hold pop-up 'BDSM' drag show to protest TPUSA event with Chloe Cole and Billboard Chris at Cal Poly

They arrived bearing satanic and pro-trans signs and held a pop-up "BDSM-style" drag show.

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
On Tuesday, transgender rights activists disrupted a Turning Point USA event at California Polytechnic State University in San Louis Obispo featuring Chloe Cole and Billboard Chris. The protesters held an overtly sexualized pop-up Drag Show, brought satanic signs, and engaged in pro-trans chants.

Chloe Cole is a young woman who underwent a double mastectomy in service to a trans identity from which she later de-transitioned. She has since dedicated her life to speaking out against sex changes for minors. Chris Elston, a Canadian conservative activist known as "Billboard Chris," is an outspoken opponent of child sexual mutilation.

Video footage taken by TPUSA's Frontlines shows trans activists gathered outside the event venue to protest the two speakers. They arrived bearing satanic and pro-trans signs and held a pop-up "BDSM-style" drag show.

Kalen D'Almedia, a reporter for Frontlines, described the protesters participating in the drag show as "gay men" and "obese women" who were "flailing and flopping" around on the floor while wearing "BDSM clothing." He said money was being thrown during the sexualized act and referred to the performers' dancing as "embarrassing."

A biological male dressed as a woman who was wearing a black leather thong-style leotard, torn black fishnets, and black knee-high studded boots was among the performers participating in the drag show.

The drag performers used sexualized dance moves and shimmied to Lady Gaga's "Born This Way." People threw money at a performer as he spread his legs while lying on the ground.

Another performer seen in the video was heavy-set and danced while wearing a black bra, black mini skirt, black thigh-high tights, black boots, and a black coat. It's unclear if this performer was male or female as they were also wearing a black mask.

The host of the drag show kicked off the protest by announcing, "We are not here to debate anybody because, for us, trans rights are not up for debate." The protest was promoted via a flyer that read: "There is a harmful anti-trans sentiment [panel] being hosted at Cal Poly. Come protest with us!!"

D'Amedia reported that there was a rainbow flag that featured marijuana leaves and the number 666 among the crowd of protesters. A sign that read "TPUSA drinks dog cum" was also featured at the protest.

"This is the craziest protest I have ever had at one of my events," Chloe Cole told D'Almedia.

"Chris Elston told me they’re doing a better job of spreading his & Chloe's message than he could have asked," D'Almedia said.

While the event was going on inside the hall, law enforcement officers ejected one of the protesters during the Q&A portion of the event for "trying to waste time," according to TPUSA.

The TPUSA event was titled "A Dad and a Detransitioner's take on the transgender movement."

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