WATCH: Utah 'Back to School Pride Night' features 'family friendly' drag show

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A “Back to School Pride Night” in Provo, Utah featured a “family-friendly” drag show at Kiwanis Park next to Brigham Young University. The school does not permit Pride clubs on campus, so the group stages activities off campus.

The RaYnbow Collective, a nonprofit that supports the BYU LGBTQ community, holds the annual event at a park at the beginning of every school year, according to the Salt Lake Tribune. Supporters of the event included members of the Black Menaces.

The event was protested by about 100 people who took issue with the family friendly drag show. One of the performers was called “Jenna Tailia” and staged an erotic performance for children in the audience.

Drag queens performed on stage in front of families and supporters in sequins, feathers, high heels, and fringe. One with the stage name Jaliah Jambalaya lip-synced to Beyoncé’s “Single Ladies.”

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