Outraged Mother Dresses as a Drag Queen During School Board Meeting to Protest and Demonstrate How Inappropriate the Outfit was For Kids (VIDEO)
During the Ankeny, Iowa Public School Board Meeting on October 3, 2022, parents voiced concerns over the lack of response for the school’s unauthorized drag show in May.
An Iowa mother named Kimberly Reicks wore an outfit similar to that of a Drag Queen performer during her speech before the Ankeny School Board.
According to Des Moine Register, Reicks founded Iowa Mama Bears, an organization that expresses views against masks, COVID-19 vaccines, LGTBQ content, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
“129 days later and 30 days into the new school year and we still have not heard any kind of apology from you, nor have we heard a resolution on how you are supposed to make sure that this doesn’t happen again on school grounds,” Reicks said.
“Where’s the transparency of this? How are we going to entrust you and the board members to do what is right if you do not make appearance to us parents the outcome of what the investigation was?”
“As you know, employees that have flat-out violated several of your own policies, including but not limited to dress code, disuse of public property, inappropriate interactions with students, and several security violations. I cannot even help with the classroom party or have lunch with my kids without a school background check. So please explain to me how this 21-year-old man dressed the way he was was allowed into our school.”
Des Moines Register reported:
Ankeny High School’s Gay Straight Alliance in May hosted the after-school drag performance as part of an end-of-year meeting, inviting guest performers from the Iowa Youth Parade Pageant, according to the school district at that time. Administrators did not give approval for the performance in advance and organizers did not follow protocol, the district said.
She also called out one of the guest drag performers, accusing them of being a “Satanic worshiper,” as a friend stood next to her, holding a poster that displayed images of the performer.
To prove how “inappropriate” the outfit was, Reicks stepped away from the podium and took off her jacket and sweatpants to reveal the same outfit.
“I want to know: Does this outfit make you turn your head?” she asked, stepping away from the board and turning to the small audience gathered for the meeting. “Is this outfit appropriate for anybody here to see?
“Because if this makes your head turn, if this p—-s you off, then it should. Because this guy walked into our school, wearing exactly the same thing,” she added before a board member interrupted and asked her to address the board.
Watch the video below: