Vermont High School Sponsors Gay Drag Show During Football Game Half Time

A Vermont high school put on a “drag ball” during a football game half time and even teachers and faculty members donned LGBTQ costumes, dresses, and makeup in order to participate.

This appalling display was sponsored the Gender Sexuality Alliance at Burlington High School. Student leader Ezra Totten was thrilled by the debauchery saying that “Things went amazing.”

Yeah, lil’ Ezra seems to know more about woke LGBTQism than speaking English.

The march of philistines began after the cheerleaders finished their cheer.

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Performers paraded and danced to show support for LGBTQ people. They also lip-synced to singer Todrick Hall’s “Rainbow Reign.”

Andrew LeValley, an English teacher and alliance adviser at the school, came up with the idea. “We had some people that are pretty involved in theater come in and talk about how you put on a persona,” he said.

LeValley joined students on the runway, dressed in a Shakespearean burgundy gown and a wig. He said he was inspired by Lady Macbeth and Marie Antoinette.

“I was just really hoping to give our students – who are both out and the students that were in the stands who are not out – a moment to shine and feel loved, and know that there is a place for them in public schools,” LeValley said.

Disgustingly, there were many young children in the stands who were exposed to this repulsive display.

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