H-E-B’s billionaire heir and CEO Charles Butt is sponsoring Temple Texas Pride’s block party, where children will be sexualized and exposed to woke LGBT+ ideologies.

The main event, set for May 27, is free and will feature vendors, food, and a “Kid Zone.” After the main event, Temple Texas Pride will host a drag show at Mo’s Rail Yard Saloon. This portion of the event is 21+ only.

The event will feature a “Tap Tap Art Bus,” a ring toss, bubbles, chalk, and a story time for children.

Texas Scorecard reached out to Temple Texas Pride to ask whether story time was a drag queen story time. As of publication, Temple Texas Pride did not respond.

“This event is specifically marketed to children,” said Austin Griesinger, policy director for Texas Family Project. “Everything on the poster is for children.”

The LGBT+ community has used similar pride block parties to indoctrinate and sexualize children. One event, hosted by a “church” in Frisco, even had booths set up where children could ask questions and learn about LGBT+ topics.

“Why does the left insist on the sexualization of kids? This isn’t about a lifestyle; it’s about the sexualization of minors, and it is abhorrent,” Griesinger concluded.

This is not the first time H-E-B’s Butt has sponsored events and organizations that sexualize children. Last June, H-E-B sponsored a pride event in downtown Austin, where a drag show targeting children took place. The drag show featured scantily clad cross-dressing men dancing sensually in front of children and their parents.

After being called out for sponsoring the disturbing event, H-E-B seemed to backtrack and the company removed its name from the event’s list of sponsors.

H-E-B also reportedly sponsored an organization called OutYouth, which provides “LGBTQIA+” counseling for children as young as 9 years old.

Concerned Texans can call H-E-B’s customer service hotline at (210) 938-8357 or visit the website.

Soli Rice

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