Child Attends Texas 'R-Rated' Drag Show That's Clearly Not Safe For Kids While Restaurant, Performers & Parents Do Nothing

In her 2011 hit titled "Pu--y," the rapper Lady sings about her pu--y 83 times. Saturday, in Plano, Texas at a restaurant called Ebb & Flow, a child was on hand as a DJ hit play on that 2011 hit song that doesn't have a single line that doesn't include "pu--y."

Sara Gonzales of The Blaze was there recording as a drag queen gyrated for dollars a few feet from the child and grown women who'd brought the child to Ebb & Flow's monthly drag queen show where VIP tables go for almost $200 to see drag queens from the Garden of Eden Drag Brunch do their thing during a self-described R-rated show.

We have ourselves a trifecta of absolute stupidity here from the restaurant, the performers and the parents. All three know kids would rather be home watching Disney Junior. Meanwhile, the adults that pay big money to hear "pu--y" 83 times in one song, the performers and the restaurant just won't make this an 18-and-up show.

Ask yourself why that is.

"This event contains strong language and suggestive dialogue and may not be appropriate for all ages. Viewer discretion is advised," the Garden of Eden Drag Brunch ticket site reads.

"DISCLAIMER: This is a ticketed event at a private establishment. We believe it is the prerogative of parents/guardians to make decisions regarding the well-being of their children. If you would not allow your children to see a Rated R movie or watch TV-MA programming, this is not the event for them. Minors must be accompanied by a parent/guardian."

Or you could just make it an 18 & up show.

Again, why not?

Is there some sort of Texas law that says restaurants cannot stop parents from taking their under-18 kids to a brunch drag show?

Now, you'll see Garden of Eden Drag Brunch supporters claiming that the production company included "Adults Only" language on its promotional materials. I beg to differ. I don't see it on the October 15 promo.

I'll add a screenshot of that Instagram post in case it's later deleted.

So to conclude, the drag queens know they're going to be dancing to "Pu--y" by Lady. The restaurant knows it's going to get to a TV-MA level. And parents have been warned by the ticketing site.

And it still goes on. Not a single adult in the room said, 'Hey, let's not do this.' Not a single drag queen advised those women that the little girl didn't need to see this show. Nobody from the restaurant advised the customers that the kid shouldn't be there.

It's a total breakdown of society. Scumbags all around. Total scumbags.


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Joe Kinsey is the Senior Director of Content of OutKick and the editor of the Morning Screencaps column that examines a variety of stories taking place in real America. Kinsey is also the founder of OutKick’s Thursday Night Mowing League, America’s largest virtual mowing league. Kinsey graduated from University of Toledo.