Drag Racing

Not the fun NHRA or IHRA stuff we all know and love, but the corporate race to sponsor drag queen events for kids:

Wells Fargo, Target, Hewlett-Packard, and CitiBank are sponsoring an event in Boise, Idaho, that will feature child drag performers.

The Boise Pride Festival will have an event called “Drag Kids on Stage.” The description reads, “You have watched the queens and kings, now it’s time to see the kids.”

It goes on to call the performances “a drag show like none other” and notes that those between the ages of 11 and 18 will be performing.

Well now, isn’t that special?  And by the way, the list of corporate sponsors is much longer — follow the link to see who else is involved.

I currently bank with Wells Fargo (because they bought out my old bank), but as soon as Nolan Ryan’s RBank comes to Plano, I will be gone as fast as my feet can carry me.

Update:  Yeah, baby.


  1. Sadly this is happening in my town.

    What’s infuriating is that the event now has been postponed for kids “safety”. Not that the event itself was judged as poor taste, or vile, but that someone may show up and object to it would be unsafe.

    I could go on, but the parents that go along with this horse shit, should be put in the stocks at the public square. Or horsewhipped.

    1. The credit unions don’t give me the flexibility of bank accounts, according to my late wife (who worked for Ernst & Young and therefore handled all that stuff).
      I’ll look into it to see if that’s changed, though.

      1. Another Corporate Sponsor (that should know better) is “Zion’s Bank”, which brands itself “Nevada State Bank” here on the High Desert. This, along with their wokeness, has deterred me from doing additional/expanded business with them.

  2. Save the list and add it to companies to boycott.

    They’re going after children with their lifestyle. First they wanted tolerance, then they demanded acceptance, now they demand promotion. Yaknow what? celebrate my diversity, yours sucks.


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