On Sunday afternoon, The Little Darlin’ Bar in South Austin hosted a children’s Christmas party, during which they planned to feature a drag queen story time for children.

However, during the event, they announced they would be canceling the drag portion of their party on behalf of “the queens” for their protection.

The bar clarified that, despite the cancellation of their story time, they still stand with the men crossdressing for children.

The drag queen who was scheduled to lead the story time goes by the stage name of Eileen Dover. However, that was not the only sexual innuendo in this event.

Another disturbing innuendo can be found in the bar’s flier for the Christmas party, where tentacles can be seen reaching up from a present and wrapping around a little girl.

Many people found the flier disturbing, but only a few realized its true sexual nature. Multiple Twitter users revealed the origin of the tentacles, explaining that it comes from hentai, a type of Japanese cartoon pornography.

This specific tentacle edition refers to “tentacle rape” in Japanese hentai.

People immediately sounded the alarm, saying something must be seriously wrong with this bar and those attending if they find this depiction okay.

According to Texas Family Project President Chris Hopper, the bar is a “pedo-friendly, sexualization-of-kids supporting, subversively evil establishment.”

This was not the first drag event hosted by The Little Darlin,’ and it will likely not be the last.

Grassroots activists, including Defend Our Kids Texas and Texas Family Project, are continuing to protest, report, reveal, and shut down drag shows targeting children.

Legislation has been filed to prohibit children from attending sexually oriented events, including events with drag performances.

Concerned citizens can contact Defend Our Kids Texas to report any “all-ages” or “family-friendly” drag events. They can also contact their elected officials to register their concerns.

Soli Rice

A journalist for Texas Scorecard, Soli is a new Texan with a passion for politics. She's excited to hone her writing skills and help spread truth to Texans.


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