BREAKING NEWS: Bud Light Is Co-Sponsoring “All-Ages” Drag Show Party Even After Steep Drop In Sales, Says It’s A “Safe Space” “Family Festival Event”

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Even after a steep drop in sales and a plethora of negative reactions and press coverage over the partnership with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney, Bud Light is reportedly co-sponsoring an “all-ages Pride event” in Flagstaff, Arizona, according to the Flagstaff Pride website.

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Fox News reported:

The party, which is called “Pride in the Pines” and includes drag queens and other performers, lists Bud Light as one of the companies sponsoring the June 17 event. (Bud Light is mentioned prominently in one of the posters.) The event is listed as a “family festival event” and a family-friendly, “safe space” for all visitors. 

Other big-name companies sponsoring the all-ages event for Pride Month include Old Navy, Toyota, and Coca-Cola USA, according to an event flyer.

The Northern Arizona Pride Association lists a “No Nudity-City Ordinance” for “all gender forms” as one of the regulations for the park where the event will take place in. 

The Northern Arizona Pride Association did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox News Digital. Anheuser-Busch, Bud Light’s parent company, also did not respond to a request for comment from Fox News Digital. 

A few pictures on the site include photos of infants, young children, and adults smiling and laughing with drag performers. 

Drag events aimed at being family-friendly are taking place all over the United States. In West Hollywood, California, a “family-friendly” Pride parade included men depicting graphic BDSM sexual acts in videos that later went viral online.

On Twitter, the feminist outlet called Reduxx shared a graphic video from the parade where a nearly nude man was choked and whipped by another man in bondage gear.

A Pride event happened in Dallas, Texas, as well. The Pride festival featured sexually explicit merchandise for sale including sex toys and graphic Disney fan art. In another widely shared video online, the camera pans to show a little girl looking at a rack of button pins that have references to sexual positions and phrases like “send nudes.”

The member of the “queer nun group” appears to hand a rainbow button to another child.

Amusement park franchise Six Flags announced drag show performances at several of its amusement park locations this year in honor of Pride Month, including in Texas, New Jersey, and Missouri. 

There was supposed to be a drag event at the Nevada Air Force base, but it was canceled.

Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida demanded the Department of Defense give him answers as to why they were going to have a “child-friendly” drag show at the Nellie Air Force Base in Nevada.

The show was very quickly canceled.

“HUGE VICTORY,” Gaetz wrote on Twitter. “Drag shows should not be taking place on military installations with taxpayer dollars PERIOD!”

A drag show initially scheduled for June 1 — in celebration of Pride Month — organized by the Nellis LGBTQ+ Pride Council, was canceled, the group confirmed on Facebook.

“The Nellis LGBTQ+ Pride Council is saddened to inform you that we are no longer able to host our annual Pride Month Drag Show on Nellis AFB.” The group said it “received notification that the DoD has directed Commanders not to host Drag events on military installations.”

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