NC school reviewing policies after video of drag queen suggestively STRADDLING student goes viral

Video of a raunchy performance that took place at a North Carolina public school showing an obese man dressed as a woman suggestively straddling a young female student during a drag queen show sparked outrage after it went viral on social media, yet another example of the ongoing degradation of the nation’s youth by depraved individuals looking to seduce kids into the transgender lifestyle.

In the clip which was obtained and posted by Libs of TikTok, the stripper who is clad in a pink dress and sporting a flamboyant multi-colored wig lasciviously gyrates before fully straddling the girl who is sitting in a chair while in attendance at an LGBTQ Pride Festival at Forsyth Technical Community College in Winston-Salem, drawing unwanted national attention to the school which suddenly found itself on the frontlines of the acrimonious culture war that is raging in America.

(Video: The Daily Mail)

The video shows the dancer, who has been identified as Erica Chanel shaking her booty as enthusiastic attendees look on at the March 22 event where, according to Libs of TikTok, sponsors “lured students in with free food and drinks” with the unidentified girl who appears to be a teen getting some very special attention.

The ensuing reaction put the school into damage control mode and looking to “revise campus policies” after it was acknowledged that parents of minors were not given notice as to the nature of the event.

The school’s chief officer of student success and strategic innovation Paula Dibley confirmed to Fox News Digital that the girl who is seen being straddled by the drag queen is a student and that “parents of children under 18 were not notified of this event in advance.”

“Pride Fest is produced by the Pride Club, which is a student-led organization,” Dibley said. “All events on campus are entirely voluntary.”

“We have been in close contact with our early college school leadership and are talking with both leaders and parents about how we can revise campus policies and procedures regarding early and middle college students’ attendance at campus events,” she told the outlet, adding that the backlash has prompted the school to review its policies regarding future events.

According to Fox News, “A program of the Forsyth County Health Department, Prevent Ongoing Spread of STIs Everywhere (POSSE), which set up a free HIV and STI testing station at the event and repeatedly promoted its participation on its Facebook page, has since backtracked on its support for the event. ‘So excited to be apart (sic) of Forsyth Tech’s PRIDE Fest!’ POSSE wrote last week.”

In a statement issued to Fox News Digital, Forsyth Public Health Director Joshua Swift said that POSSE had spent $58 in taxpayer funds on supplies for the drag event but disavowed  “the actions that allegedly took place.”

“P.O.S.S.E, which stands for Prevent Ongoing Spread of STIs (Sexually Transmitted Infections) Everywhere is an outreach section of Forsyth County’s Department of Public Health,” he said. “Our staff is committed to meeting the people we serve where they are. We believe we assign an appropriate amount of attention on the LGBTQIA community around education and prevention of sexually transmitted infections.”

“Our staff was aware that there would be drag performances but was not involved with planning the event and had no information regarding the age of the attendees,” Swift continued. “We spent $58 on supplies from the department’s operational budget which is funded locally and in-part by the State of North Carolina. We do not condone the actions that allegedly took place during the event.”

(Image: Screengrab/Libs of TikTok)

“Forsyth Tech is committed to being a place of promise for our students. In order to fulfill that promise, we have clearly spelled out our mission, vision and equity statements,” the school said in a statement to Libs of TikTok confirming that the event was open to all students on its campus, including underaged high school students. “These students, like all college students, are open to attend any student event.”

Chris Donaldson


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