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Report: Dallas 'family-friendly' Pride festival features sexually explicit gay Disney fan art and hosts 'trans youth discussion' panel
Images via Sara Gonzales / Twitter (screenshots)

Report: Dallas 'family-friendly' Pride festival features sexually explicit gay Disney fan art and hosts 'trans youth discussion' panel

The City of Dallas hosted a "family-friendly" Pride festival that included a plethora of sexual depictions on clothing, attendees wearing bondage, and even illustrations of children's cartoon characters engaging in gay sex.

According to BlazeTV host Sara Gonzales, children were exposed to sexual activity both indoors and outdoors during the festival that was labeled as "family-friendly" with children 12 and under receiving free admission. The parade was also listed as appropriate for "all" ages on the Dallas Pride Parade event page, as opposed to the 18+ or 21+ options available. The Dallas Pride "Frequently Asked Questions" page also confirmed that all ages were welcome, and stated that "Children are always welcome, but we leave it up to the parents for discretion on children attending."

In a video posted to her Twitter page, Gonzales panned an assortment of content that could easily be considered inappropriate for children. On display at the indoor vendors were sex toys, a promotional illustration of a vagina, buttons promoting sexual acts, end even gay cartoon art depicting male Disney characters engaging in sexual acts.

"Having a festival to celebrate your sexuality is strange enough, but involving children in this depravity takes this to a whole new low," Gonzales told TheBlaze. "Unfortunately, this isn’t an isolated incident — it’s occurring in cities all across the country. Children are being exposed to sexual content in the name of inclusivity. It has to stop," she added.

In addition to the presence of men wearing bondage, children are seen browsing a vendor with a sign that says "DFW Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence." This appeared to be a chapter of the group of at the center of a controversy involving the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team. The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence are a group of men who don lavish makeup and dress as nuns. After strong backlash from the public, the Dodgers disinvited the faux nuns from their Pride Night event, only to reinvite them after local LGBTQ groups threatened to boycott the team's celebration.

Outdoor vendors sold folding fans with phrases such as "c**t" and "make me c** again" written on them, as well as clothing with penises depicted on them.

Image via Sara Gonzales

The event featured a specific "Family Pride Zone" as well, which showcased a specifically "gay magician" who promised "some close-up magic."

Legal adults could also mingle with underage festival goers at the "Teen Pride" event, available to ages 13-19. The teens were privy to a "star-studded" drag show and a "trans youth discussion" panel.

Also seen at the festival were HIV testing stations as well as monkey pox vaccination stations.

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Andrew Chapados

Andrew Chapados

Andrew Chapados is a writer focusing on sports, culture, entertainment, gaming, and U.S. politics. The podcaster and former radio-broadcaster also served in the Canadian Armed Forces, which he confirms actually does exist.
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