WESTFIELD, Ind. — REAL News Central Indiana has obtained pictures of young children tipping grown men wearing women’s lingerie at Asa Bales Park in Westfield on Saturday. The drag show for children was part of the first annual “Westfield Pride” event. The event also included children’s story hour and several booths for Westfield High School clubs, staffed by Westfield High School students.
Organizers initially attempted to hide the fact that the event would include a drag show for kids, only including the information on friendly platforms. For instance, a flyer on Hamilton County’s Economic Development website, visithamiltoncounty.com, does not mention anything about the planned drag show. Instead, it only promotes things such as food trucks, kid friendly games and “family friendly activities.”
The organizer, Alisha Hunter of Westfield Pride Ltd., also conveniently left out the drag show portion of the event in an interview with local newspaper, Current Publishing. The article states there will be DJs, speakers and food, while the drag show is omitted.
According to a flyer for the event, at least three Westfield High School student clubs also participated in the event. Those clubs are Project Hope, Equity Club and Safe BAE.
Project Hope: According to the WHS website, this is a club designed to provide outreach to the homeless. It is led by high school Math teacher Anthony Peters.
Equity Club: According to the WHS website, this is an LGBTQ club designed to “create a safe space for marginalized students.”
Safe BAE: According to the WHS website, this is a club designed to provide education on sexual and dating violence in middle and high school.
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