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‘Family-friendly’ Pride event reportedly featured ‘dildo ring toss’

A pride event in Venice, Florida, which had been billed as “family-friendly,” reportedly featured a “dildo ring toss” event. In the game, attendees, which included children, would attempt to throw rings over brightly covered dildos to win a prize.

According to the Post Millennial, one video of the event showed a drag queen giving a woman a lap dance. Other photos and videos footage, uploaded by the Sarasota School District Transparency Project Facebook page, showed two drag queens dancing in a suggestive manner.

The conservative Twitter account “Libs of TikTok” posted videos of the event, saying, “Words I never thought I’d write… Dildo ring toss game for kids at a pride event.”

“It started out with freedom to love whomever you wanted,” they wrote. “‘Love is love.’ Then it was ‘more representation’ and half-naked kink parades. Now, it’s drag queen story hour in elementary schools, kid drag shows, and dildo ring toss.”

Libs of TikTok shared other photos reportedly showing a similar event taking place in Phoenix, Arizona.

According to the Post Millennial, this was Venice’s third annual family-friendly Pride event. Venice reportedly added it on their website, saying that the goal of the event is “to build collaboration around the community.”

CAN Community Health, which is based in Sarasota, is the non-profit group who organized the event. The company say in the mission statement that they are there to assist those who suffer from HIV.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has vowed to take action against such events in Florida, and previously filed a complaint against a restaurant for reportedly allowing children to attend a drag show.

ARTICLE: PAUL MURDOCH

MANAGING EDITOR: CARSON CHOATE

PHOTO CREDITS: YOURSUN.COM

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