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Drag Queen Exposes Underwear to Children at Irish LGBT Pride Event

“What would happen if a priest or a teacher did similar in front of a class of young kids – they’d be lynch mobbed and more than likely arrested.”

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A drag queen exposed their underwear to an audience that included children at an LGBT Pride event in the Irish town of Dungarvan last weekend.

Dungarvan Pride was organised in the Irish town last weekend, with a number of people taking part, including Dreamgirls Drag Queens, who closed out the event. The drag queen group who performed at the festival included FiFi Fondue, Divalicious and Ivanna Fist.

In a video that has now been deleted from social media, Fondue, who closed out the event by performing karaoke on the main stage, pulled up his skirt, exposing his underwear to the audience, which included a number of small children, given that the event had been billed as “family friendly.”

The noted that the event was held right next to a children’s playground, and included face-painting, and other events that would be fun for children. In fact, children aged around 8-12 performed on the same stage as Fondue earlier in the event.

While on their Instagram page, Dungarvan Pride praised Fondue as being the “queen” of the event and a “wonderful host,” social media users were more concerned about exposing their underwear to an audience of children.

“What would happen if a priest or a teacher did similar in front of a class of young kids – they’d be lynch mobbed and more than likely arrested,” one said, with another adding that “people say that things have gone too far and that those who participate in such depravity need to respect others in society who want no part of it.”

The drag queen event was promoted and endorsed by Waterford Council, along with the Irish business group, Chambers Ireland. Abbeyside Catholic Parish also encouraged their flock to attend Dungarvan Pride.

The controversy comes after Waterford County, for which Dungarvan was the county town until 2014, faced anonymous backlash against the LGBT community last year, with Pride flags repeatedly removed and vandalised, anti-paedophile graffitti appearing outside a gay bar, and “straight pride” posters placed up around the town.

Valiant News reported in March that the upcoming Irish census would not require anyone to pick a biological sex if they did not feel comfortable, and would instead assign them on a random basis, in a move designed to help transgender people. The upcoming Dublin Pride Parade is also set to fly a new LGBT flag that also prominently features the flag of Ukraine.

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Jack Hadfield is the Associate Editor at Valiant News. An investigative reporter from the UK, and the director and presenter of "Destination Dover: Migrants in the Channel, his work has appeared in such sites as Breitbart and The Political Insider. You can follow him on Gab @JH, on Telegram @JackHadders, or see his other social media by visiting

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