Shock Video: Child Strokes Drag Queen’s Groin During Provocative Dance Performance

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“The fact they WANT to spread their legs for kids should make very clear to everyone that something is WRONG with this — where’s law enforcement?”

Disturbing video out of Tennessee shows a child stroking the groin area of a drag queen performer as other children watch provocative dance routines.

The footage reportedly taken at the Chattanooga Pride Youth Day at Wanderlinger Brewing Co. over the weekend shows a child curiously stroking the fabric near the crotch of a smiling drag queen dressed as a mermaid as the song “Part of That World” from Disney’s The Little Mermaid plays in the background.

The shocking footage was taken by director and activist Robby Starbuck on Saturday, who noted that the drag queen should have stopped the child from touching his private areas.

“It’s NOT hard to not spread your legs to kids. It’s NOT hard to redirect a kid away from that area if they grab near your crotch. We have to stop this madness!” Starbuck tweeted.

“The fact they WANT to spread their legs for kids should make very clear to everyone that something is WRONG with this,” he continued. “Where’s law enforcement? We won’t allow this continue. In Tennessee there will be no safe space to be inappropriate like this with kids. We WILL stop this!”

This comes as the cultural debate over “child-friendly” drag queen grooming events shows no signs of letting up.

Meanwhile, dueling protests between Antifa and right-wing groups erupted at an “all-ages drag queen bingo night” hosted by the First Christian Church in Katy, Texas on Saturday.

“This is a big event for us, for our Transparent Closet, which is for all people, teens, and adults exploring and transitioning. All of that attention through that has helped people find us,” Rev. Heather Patriacca Tolleson told KPRC 2.

A supporter of the event claimed protesting the child-friendly drag event is “nonsense” because they’re just wearing a “costume” akin to a “superhero.”

“That is nonsense, because drag in itself is just a costume,” the supporter said. “It’s no different than someone dressed up like a superhero at a comic convention or someone who puts on a Halloween costume.”

Critics of the grooming event pointed out that sexually-charged performances and outfits have no place around children.

“No adult entertainers for children,” said one person protesting the event. “It’s inappropriate for children.”

Urban Conservatives of America founder Jonathan McCullough summed up his group’s rationale for showing up to protest.

“We are out here to push back on things that society knows is wrong. They are having an event, welcoming children to drag queen bingo hour. This is unacceptable,” he said.

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