Public Library Hosted ‘All Ages Drag Show’ Featuring Kids Giving Cash Tips To Dancers

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During a recent event at a public library in Iowa, children were recorded giving money to drag queen performers as they danced provocatively on stage.

The “All Ages Drag Show” featured men dancing provocatively in dresses and skirts, and accepting cash tips from children while in the middle of their performance. The event occurred in April of this year, but video from the event only surfaced in the last week.

Organized by Ames Pride, the event description on the library’s website invites residents of the small town to “Come to a free, family-friendly evening of music and dance by local professional and amateur drag performers,” and adds, “All ages are welcome to sign up and show off their talent, or just come to enjoy the free show, food, and mingling!”

Big League Politics has reported extensively on the latest push to sexualize and “groom” children using drag queens. In at least two separate instances, grown men in dresses reading to children in events called “Drag Queen Story Hour”, have featured registered sex offenders convicted of sexually abusing children as readers.

Last year, another drag queen admitted the goal behind such events is to “groom the next generation.”

Big League Politics reported:

“This is going to be the grooming of the next generation. We are trying to groom the next generation,” said Dylan Pontiff, a drag queen and organizer of the Story Hour, according to LifeSite. 

The Drag Queen Story Hour is a movement that exposes children as young as three to cross-dressers at public libraries, schools and bookstores. The drag queens read story books to children in an attempt to normalize their culture.

Pontiff’s stage name is Santana Pilar Andrews and he performs in drag mostly for adults, which he says is not a problem when it comes to performing for children.

This event from the Ames Public Library is perhaps the strangest example of homosexual adults attempting to sexualize children yet, as it was not done under the pretense of a “story hour”, and was instead an opportunity for children to watch an adult man dance provocatively to stripper music in a public setting in an “all ages” event.

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