Oregon State University hosted kids in a drag show featuring ‘extreme’ nudity, including a performer who bared breasts then used them to lift WEIGHTS
- Footage captured at the event shows a performer exposing herself to the audience, which contained children who sat on their parents’ laps
- The performance, which was branded an “Illegal Drag Show,” took place at the LaSells Stewart Center on campus.
- A woman can be heard saying, “Cover your eyes” as the performer begins to undress on stage
Oregon State University hosted children in a drag show involving nudity in which a performer bared her breasts and used them to lift weights.
The performance, dubbed an “Illegal Drag Show,” took place last Friday at the LaSells Stewart Center on the campus of the University of Oregon in Washington state.
The LGBTQ+ group Rainbow Continuum had been created and a poster at the event openly encouraged them to “be gay”. Do Crime’ while advertising it to all ages.
In footage captured on the show and first reported by Campus reforma biological woman can be seen stripping naked and exposing her breasts to the public.
One woman can be heard saying, “Cover your eyes” as the performer begins to undress on stage and another says, “Are you kidding me? Oh my God.’
The performance, which has been branded an “Illegal Drag Show,” took place at the LaSells Stewart Center on the campus of the University of Oregon, Washington, last week.
A woman can be heard saying: ‘Cover your eyes’ as the performer, pictured here, exposes herself to the public
The unknown performer then begins hanging five-pound weights from her breasts in front of the crowd and receives a round of applause for it.
After retrieving a barbell weight from behind the curtain, the performer then proceeds to clip it to her breasts – again receiving a round of applause.
In another video, a young child was brought onto the stage by one of the drag queens and interviewed.
Responding to an unintelligible question from the drag queen, the child replies, “He’s a grown man.
Rebecca Lang, president of Oregon State Lifetime Students, said Campus reform: “The show consisted of extremely explicit sexual content, including sexually provocative performances by men and women in drag and costumes.”
Lang also said that at least two children she spotted in the audience were so small they had to sit on adults’ laps.
She added: ‘[They] were subjected not only to references, but also to sexually explicit physical movement and dancing by biological males and females, as well as extreme nudity.
The performer also hung five-pound weights from her breasts in front of the crowd, as children watched
In another part of the video, a young child was brought onto the stage by one of the drag queens and interviewed.
The LGBTQ+ group Rainbow Continuum had been created and a poster at the event openly encouraged them to “be gay”. Do Crime’ while advertising it to all ages
Promoting the event, Rainbow Continuum said, “Gay people across the country are under legislative attack, but we will NOT let them stop partying!”
The show will take place on June 2 at 7 p.m. in LaSells. We have a great selection of local queer talent who are sure to raise the roof just in time for it to be replaced.
This follows the state of Montana’s announcement that it would ban people in drag from reading to children in public schools and libraries.
Governor Greg Gianforte signed the bill because he “believes it is extremely inappropriate for small children, especially preschoolers and elementary school children, to be exposed to sexualized content.” .
The bill was originally intended to ban minors from attending drag shows, which were defined as performances that tended to “excite lustful thoughts”.
Legislation was later amended to prohibit minors from attending sexual or lewd performances on public property.
The law received intense public testimony at a previous committee hearing in February.