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Conservative hosts react to drag show marketed for children and legislation that could change it all

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Parenting magazine offers tips for preparing your kids to see a drag show

The “Drag the Kids to Pride” drag show sparked outrage between conservatives, parents, attendees of the event, and police on Saturday, June 4 afternoon. The drag show was held in a Dallas bar called Mr. Misster in the Oak Lawn neighborhood. The organizers called it a "family-friendly spin-off of their Champagne Drag Brunch that would allow kids to dance with performers on stage."

Texas House Rep. Bryan Slaton (R) tweeted that Drag shows are "no place for a child." He said he would never take his children to a drag show, and he knows Texas House Speaker Dade Phelan and his Republican colleagues wouldn’t either. Slaton will be filing legislation to address this issue in the new #txlege

BlazeTV hosts sounded off, calling on lawmakers to stand against the perverse practice of normalizing the presence of minors in a setting that is a far cry from kid-friendly.

'Louder with Crowder'

On Monday's episode of "Louder with Crowder," Steven Crowder said, "There is nothing more important to Western Civilization than the idea of mothers, fathers, husbands and wives, and the nuclear family. And if you don't see how dramatically insane it has become that
we are now taking children to cross-dressing strip shows; if you don't see that as teetering on the edge of losing civilization, you and I disagree.

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'Pat Gray Unleashed'

Pat Gray covered a "disgusting" story published in a parenting magazine that just released some "helpful tips" about how someone should take their kids to a pride event. Although these festivals may be noisy and crowded (and include public nudity), this magazine reassures its readers that yes, your kids should still be taken to a pride parade!

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