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Video: BlazeTV host Sara Gonzales exposes family-friendly drag show where children collect tips, performer toasts those who 'lick us where we pee'
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Video: BlazeTV host Sara Gonzales exposes family-friendly drag show where children collect tips, performer toasts those who 'lick us where we pee'

BlazeTV host Sara Gonzales exposed a family-friendly bingo and drag show in Princeton, Texas. Video recorded by Gonzales shows children scooping up tip money for the drag show performers.

Princeton TX Diverse presented a "Beauty and the Bingo" drag show at the Steve & Judy Deffibaugh Community Center on Saturday afternoon. Tickets were $20.

Princeton TX Diverse is an organization that believes "everyone is welcome here, no matter their age, color, disability, economic standing, ethnicity, family status, gender, genetic information, national origin, neurodiversity, marital status, race, sexual orientation, spiritual identity, or veteran status."

Gonzales – the host of "The News & Why It Matters" podcast – attended the drag show event. She recorded eye-opening footage and shared video on her Twitter and Instagram accounts.

Video shows a bearded performer raising a beer bottle and urging the attendees to make a toast. The drag show performer acknowledges that there are children in attendance, but continues with the risqué toast anyway.

The drag show performer tells the crowd, "So raise your glasses. Cheers to you, cheers to me, cheers to the ones who lick us where we pee."

Footage shows the drag show performers executing salacious dance moves while dressed in provocative outfits.

At one point, a drag show performer throws dollar bills into the air. Three children rush to the floor and collect the tip money.

The announcer says of the children, "And thank you to our little helpers running up here picking up her money. That right there is our future."

Gonzales was kicked out of the "Beauty and the Bingo" show. However, the drag show was broadcast on the official Facebook page for Princeton TX Diverse.

In the past few months, there have been numerous LGBTQ events in Texas that have involved children.

In December, an "all-ages" event titled "The Island of Misfit Toys Drive & Drag Show" was held in San Antonio. The show included a screening of the Christmas classic "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer."

In November, a bookstore in Denton hosted a "transgender storytime" for children. BlazeTV personality Alex Stein mocked Antifa members who were guarding the event.

In June, a Texas gay bar hosted a "Drag the Kids to Pride" event where drag queen dancers provocatively gyrated in front of children as young as toddlers. The promoters labeled the event as the "ultimate family-friendly pride experience."

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Paul Sacca

Paul Sacca

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