A bar in Austin, Texas, is using a kids’ Christmas party as an opportunity to promote the grooming of young children.

This event comes just two weeks after the bar’s “all-ages” Big Ole Drag Brunch. The brunch featured Franky L’Amour, who tends to don demonic costumes for his drag performances; Eileen Dover, whose name is a sexual innuendo meant to sound like the phrase “I leaned over”; and more.

The event is marketed toward children and advertises balloon animals, pictures with Santa, face painting, arts and crafts, a kids’ food menu, and a drag queen story time featuring Eileen Dover.

Dover’s Instagram bio reads, “She’s beauty, she’s grace, and she will sit on your face.”

The Little Darlin’ Bar’s Instagram advertises the event as a kids’ Christmas party, but their website promotes the event as a kids’ “holiday” party. They also clarify that while the event is marketed for children, “there’s definitely a little something for everyone.”

The bar will feature an arts and crafts booth from the Spilled Milk Social Club, a program for children that allows them to “explore their individuality through play and art.”

“Don’t let the sound of this bar fool you: The Little Darlin’ is a smut bar, and no God-fearing, family loving parent should ever dawn the doorsteps from this day forward,” said Chris Hopper, the president of Texas Family Project.

“Hear me well: The Little Darlin’ is a pedo-friendly, sexualization-of-kids-supporting, subversively evil establishment! Any organization that supports fully grown perverted men twerking and flirting in front of small, innocent children should have their heads checked. This bar should have the lowest turnout for any event they ever hosted in the history of this darlin’ establishment. This is gross beyond words. Parents, wake up!”

Pro-family grassroots activists are planning to protest the event and have asked anyone in the area willing to get involved to join the protest.

Soli Rice

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