The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) released investigative reports on Monday to News 6 after an Orlando performance venue faced having its liquor license revoked for allowing children into a Christmas drag show.
The DBPR sent a notice to The Orlando Philharmonic Plaza Foundation in December after the announcement of a performance dubbed “A Drag Queen Christmas” by the drag group Drag Fans.
In the letter, state officials wrote that they believed the show may have involved “the exposure of sexual organs, simulated sexual activity, and/or the sexualization of children’s stories.”
According to the department, Drag Fans’ drag shows have
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Big Ron cares more about drag queens than protecting our children from AR-15 s. Which of these two would you rather have your kids exposed to? Seems like a no-brainer to me Ronnie! Perhaps you don’t have a brain and that might explain the answer…..
Way time for FL to have a leader who has more brain cells that work than you do! And that someone shouldn’t be hard to find!