Teacher Performs ‘Surprise’ Erotic Drag Show at 4th Grade Talent Show [VIDEO]
Leftist gays have no lower limit to their depravity.
They have no problem exposing children to their peculiarities and self-indulgences, all in the name of LGBTQ promotion, ergo narrative. “Aren’t we all gay on the inside?”
So why not have an erotic drag show at a 4th grade talent show? SURPRISE!
As the New York Daily News called it,
Kiddie choirs. Children’s piano recitals. And a full-on, erotic drag show complete with gyrations, tongue gymnastics and a flashed G-string.
Families at a Manhattan public school talent show got an unexpected lesson in human sexuality when a grown man took the stage in a black, sequined dress and flaming red wig and performed a raunchy drag number where he grinded the stage and spread his legs.
The official public school Learning Expo held May 25 in an auditorium at the Museo del Barrio was billed as a talent show for students from across Manhattan’s District 4 to show off what they learned in school.
But at the end of the two-hour event, parents and kids as young as 5 were shocked when a man identified as Public School 96 Parent Association President Frankie Quinones took the stage and did an explicit lip-synch performance of a song by the campy 1980’s Puerto Rican music sensation Iris Chacón.
Believe it or not, the school superintendent knew of the performance.
The article continues,
The parents sat through endearing performances by children who took the stage and played the piano and drums and sang for the student performance portion of the event, which District 4 Superintendent Alexandra Estrella emceed.
At that moment, Quinones, who parents said performs in drag clubs around the city, took the stage in a sparkly black dress and pumps and began to shake his hips as a slinky Iris Chacón mambo blared from the public address system.
Parents said families’ laughter turned to disbelief and then dismay as Quinones opened his mouth and exercised his tongue in a suggestive manner while lip-syncing the Chacón number.
This is what we now call our “education system.”
The next time there is a bond initiative to give more funds to schools, say, “No!”
Then remind them of nonsense like this drag show.