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People are protesting so-called family friendly drag events all over the country. These events are even getting pushback in the most liberal of areas.
Church Militant's Nadia Bullock dives into just a few recent incidents.
Gidget Galore: "There are so many different types of people, so many different kinds of entertainment."
In the last week, three sizable protests have garnered media attention.
Monday in Orlando, Florida, an LGBT group shut down its sold-out Halloween Drag Queen Story Hour after it received threats from so-called hate groups.
LGBT+ Center Orlando: "We take these threats very seriously and would not want to endanger or expose children and their parents and guardians to bigotry and hate."
The child reportedly did not perform, but the event continued on without her.
Saturday in San Francisco, drag queens served as the judges of a Halloween pumpkin-carving contest.
Among the 30-some protesters, many identified as feminists, detranistioners or liberals who left the Democratic Party for pushing queer care.
People are starting to wake up and are realizing their actions and voices can push back against this evil agenda.
Referring to the drag queens, the leader of the protest in San Francisco told The Epoch Times, "Maybe Halloween is actually the most appropriate place for them. It is pretty horrifying."