Armed Protestors Clashed Outside A Drag Queen Christmas In Granbury, Texas


A protest at a drag show devolved into a face-off between neo-Nazis and leftist gun groups a few weeks ago — a confrontation over the performances which have become a flashpoint in the culture war on LGBTQ+ rights. Both sides started rallying on the sidewalk in front of the theater in Grand Prairie, Texas about 2 1/2 hours before the drag show’s 8 p.m. start. The show was a stop on the ‘Murray And Peter Present a Drag Queen Christmas’ tour that features many performers from RuPaul’s Drag Race. Born in gay clubs and bars, drag shows are a cornerstone of LGBTQ+ culture, and have become increasingly popular in restaurants and bars frequented by non-LGBTQ+ patrons in recent years.

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