13-Year-Old Drag Queen Performs At “Family Friendly” Drag Show In Texas

Sarah Fields

A 13-year-old boy was invited to perform alongside two adult drag queens at a “family friendly” event in Texas last weekend.

Keegan, known as Kween Kee Kee, was joined by drag queens Eileen Dover and Cynthia Lee Fontainne on stage in Round Rock, Texas for a “family friendly” Pride Event.

The event was held in opposition to an upcoming ban on holding sexually explicit performances in front of minors.

A review of Keegan’s social media history and public persona reveals that his mother put him in dresses since he was a toddler. The child also raised money for a legal project known for assisting transgender rapists and pedophiles.

According to his official Instagram account, Keegan appears to have begun performing publicly in front of others from an early age.

Footage from 2017 shows a 7-year-old Keegan being taught how to dance in drag at the Austin Drag Festival. He also collected $19 in “tips” from the crowd, who threw $1 bills onto the stage while he performed. 

But Keegan has been involved in “drag” culture from an even earlier age. In 2018, Keegan’s Instagram account uploaded a photo of him from when he was 4-years-old. The photo shows the toddler Keegan sitting on a play truck, wearing tights and a dress.

The photo’s description, written from Keegan’s perspective, read: “When I started wearing dresses, my mom showed me drag queens on the computer so I could learn that it was ok to be a boy in a dress and that it’s ok to be silly and have fun with it … That changed my life, and I never looked back! Being a character is just who I am! I love drag!”

Despite that post, Keegan does not identify as a boy, but a “gender creative” child. He also uses “they/them” pronouns.

Disturbingly, Keegan recently took part in a child drag show raising funds for the Sylvia Rivera Law Project (SRLP), a charity notorious for its association with transgender pedophiles and murderers.

The SRLP has a pattern of overlooking the crimes of violent men who claim a transgender status.

In 2014, the SRLP launched a petition to pressure New York’s Department of Corrections and Community Supervision (DOCCS) to remove child killer Synthia China Blast from solitary confinement.

As first reported by Reduxx, an independent pro-woman outlet, SRLP has also partnered with Xena Grandichelli, a trans-identified male who pleaded guilty to 11 counts of sexual abuse involving a 3 year-old girl.

Grandichelli was designated as a Movement Building Team member by the SRLP. In a letter posted to the SRLP website, Grandichelli revealed that the project actively worked to recruit him while he was still incarcerated for raping the toddler.

Keegan also appears to have a long-term relationship with controversial “drag kid” Desmond Napoles, also known as Desmond is Amazing.

Napoles was previously the subject of widespread concern when he appeared on a podcast with convicted killer Michael Alig. He also pretended to snort ketamine during a livestream with an adult drag queen.

In an Instagram photo from 2018, toddler-aged Keegan is seen wearing a bra, underwear, and a pair of rainboots. The caption reads: “My mom says it’s no surprise I like drag since I’ve been stealing her bras and shoes my whole life!”

Napoles responded to the post, commenting: “So cute!”

Pixilation applied by The Publica.

Keegan is currently being “guided and mentored” by two drag queens named Emma and Alex. He refers to them as his “Fairy Drag Mothers.”

At the Round Rock event last Saturday, Keegan provided a full performance in lacy black tights and a green wig. He danced to the unedited version of “I’m not Okay” by My Chemical Romance.

The pride event was intended to protest Senate Bill 12, which came into effect in Texas in September. The bill is intended to prevent sexual performances in front of children in Texas and has been sent to Governor Abbott’s desk and is awaiting signature.

Under SB 12, business owners could face a $10,000 fine for hosting sexually explicit performances in which someone is nude or appeals to the “prurient interest in sex.” Performers caught violating the proposed restriction could be slapped with a Class A misdemeanor, which carries a maximum penalty of a year in jail and a $4,000 fine. 

The event in Round Rock consisted of over 40 vendors, including a booth by Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), which is known for working with CPS in most child cases handled by the state.

The event also boasted several political openers, including Judge Hackenberg and Texas State Representative John Bucy.

Bucy was a board member of Open Cathedral, a registered nonprofit Christian organization, that hosted Drag Queen Story Hour (DQSH) in Leander, Texas in 2020.

Bucy has been an outspoken advocate for transgender rights in Texas. He voted “no” on SB 14, a bill that banned the transition of minors in the state and imposed penalties for “gender affirming” surgeries and drugs administered before the age of 18.

During the debate on the Save Women’s Sports Bill, Bucy stated that males competing in female athletics was “a problem that does not exist.”

In Round Rock, Bucy was seen on stage with his daughter, who wore a rainbow dress. He gave a short speech in support of LGBTQ children.

“To the kids out there, that have watched a legislator come out against you, attack you, I want you to know that I will never give up, so many of my colleagues will never give up, and everyone here will never give up until you get to live in a state where you are respected for who you are,” he said.

Keegan performed shortly after Bucy’s speech, with many photos and videos taken by bystanders and local supporters.

Michelle Evans, who ran against John Bucy in the 2022 election for House District 136, condemned his presence at the event.

“After making an absolute fool of himself on the House floor by being unable (or unwilling) to define ‘woman’ and differentiate between the sexes, Representative John Bucy doubled down on his commitment to the gender ideology cult by introducing a teenage ‘drag queen’ to the ‘all-ages’ crowd at Round Rock Pride this past Saturday,” Evans told The Publica.

Evans describes herself as a conservative women’s rights activist and pro-child safeguarding advocate.

“Despite bipartisan support for measures passed in the legislature this session to prohibit drag shows and sexualized entertainment in the presence of minors, Representative Bucy and Round Rock Mayor Craig Morgan celebrated the performances at this event,” Evans continued.

Evans concluded that elected officials are pandering to a small but loud minority of Texans to “try to win favor.”

“They are proving to be completely out of touch with the values of most Texans, who recognize the importance of protecting vulnerable children,” she said.

Evans initially gained widespread attention after she was illegally detained by DPS at the Texas Capitol for posting a photo on her Twitter of a man using the women’s restroom.

She was also present at the Texas Capitol in Austin on May 2, when trans activists began rioting. The protest had taken place in response to the debate of a senate bill intended to ban pediatric gender modification.

Several trans activists were charged after assaulting a peace officer, but have since been let go. Evans, on the other hand, still has charges pending.

Texas has taken multiple steps to affirm the single-sex rights of women and safeguarding of children over the past year.

Multiple bills have been passed in the Texas legislature aimed on curtailing the influence of gender ideology. This includes SB 14, which bans pediatric gender modification, SB 12, which prevents sexual performances in front of children, and HB 900, a ban on explicit and obscene materials.

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