‘Rainbow on the Creek’ Pride Event Hosts ‘Family-Friendly’ Drag Show, Says It’s Sponsored by Google

Google sponsored a disturbing LGBTQ+ “Pride” and drag event in Austin, Texas, which was billed as “family-friendly,” according to the Rainbow on the Creek web page.

The “Rainbow on the Creek” event in Austin’s Waterloo Park said on its official webpage that it is “a free family-friendly celebration that connects, educates, and celebrates Austin’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQIA+) community.” The webpage also prominently announced that the event was “[s]ponsored by Google.”

Performers at the event June 11 included multiple drag queens, including “Pelvis Wrestley” and “Roxxxy Andrews of RuPaul’s Drag Race” as a featured performer, according to the event page. A self-described independent journalist claimed that scantily-clad drag performer “Heyonce The Vocalist” was caught on videoWhile children were watching, the participants performed suggestive dancing moves.

Other parts of the event included the Austin Drag Queen Showcase, “Hosted by Vylette Ward & Jezebel” and Drag Queen Storytime, “Presented in partnership with Austin Public Library.” The event website described these various performances as “activities for the whole family.” The event webpage unironically warned its visitors to “drink plenty of water” and stay cool, but did not warn about perverted, sexualized events being presented to kids.

Besides Google, other sponsors of the event included Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Vivent Health and Univision Austin, according to the event page.

Unfortunately this is not the only drag performance allegedly made for families. A Dallas “gay bar” recently hosted a drag show for kids literally titled “Drag the Kids to Pride.” LGBTQ+ activists reportedly claim that little kids “need” drag queen and other Pride Month events and gender talks, according to The Washington Times. Schools, libraries and even Taco Bell have supported “family-friendly” drag queen brunches, The Times said.

Google is known for its support of radical LGBTQ+ ideas and has been known to censor those who oppose it. For instance, Google CEO Sundar Pichai wrote a letter in 2019 pandering to his “gay” employees, aka “Gayglers” instead of “Googlers,” calling them a “source of pride” for the company. In 2019, YouTube, owned by Google, deplatformed another teenage girl who had criticized Pride Month via a YouTube video.

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