VIDEO: Erotic Drag Queen ends grade school talent show, kids shocked!


Children’s choirs, Children’s piano recitals, and an erotic drag show, complete with gyrations, tongue gymnastics and a G-string.

Families at the Learning Expo public school in Manhattan went to the annual talent show, and given a lesson in human sexuality after a grown man took the stage in a black, sequined dress and flaming red wig, to perform a raunchy drag number.

The show on May 25 at an auditorium was billed as a talent show for students from across Manhattan’s District 4 to show off what they learned in school all year.

But at the end of the show, Public School 96 Parent Association President Frankie Quinones took to the stage in front of kids as young as 5 , and did an explicit lip-synch performance of a song by the campy 1980’s Puerto Rican music sensation Iris Chacón.

Raquel Morales, who was at the event with her son, a 5th grader who attends a public school in District 4 said:

“People were horrified. It looked like a nightclub performance. I’ve been asking for an apology from the district for the last week, and they’ve been ignoring it.”

Morales said about 200 families were at the talent show, and sat through performances by children who took the stage, and played the piano and drums and sang for the student performance portion of the event. Parents said then the Superintendent introduced the final act of the night, billed on the event flyer as a “Special Surprise Performance!”

At that moment, Quinones, who parents said performs in drag clubs around the city, took the stage in a sparkly black dress and pumps and began to shake his hips as a slinky Iris Chacón.

Parents said at first, families were laughing, but then… it was disbelief when Quinones opened his mouth and exercised his tongue in a suggestive manner while lip-syncing the Chacón number.

Then he dropped to the ground and began humping floor, rolled onto his back, spread his long legs and flashed his white underwear to the shrinking crowd. Morales’ 10-year-old son, J.D., said he was uncomfortably surprised by what he saw:

“I saw her doing things like sticking her legs out and shaking her bottom and it felt weird. I don’t know why they would do that for an elementary school.”

A PS 96 parent says she blames the Superintendent and PS 96 Principal David Pretto saying:

“I left the show the minute he started sticking his tongue out. I had my children with me and I wasn’t going to allow them to see that. It was a very poor presentation of Iris Chacón, anyway. She was not like that.”

Education Department spokesman Michael Aciman says school officials haven’t faced disciplinary action over the mini drag show and says:

“The performance was inappropriate and the school has spoken with the parent.”


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