Taco Bell to Host “Drag Brunch” in Restaurants

Taco Bell is holding nothing back in promoting LGBTQ transgender ideology as it has announced a new “Drag Brunch” campaign that will include “drag queens” and “drag kings” performing live at selected restaurants.

The new program will feature “Kay Sedia,” a “fabulous drag performer,” as well as local drag queens and kings at multiple locations. In a press release last month, the company said that Taco Bell is a “brand that brings people together.” It said that the program will celebrate the “LGBTQIA+ community” and will “create safe and welcoming spaces for all.”

Taco Bell global chief brand officer Sean Tresvant said that the brunch experience will “spotlight and celebrate the wonderful artform of drag.”

The first Drag Brunch was held on May 1 at a Las Vegas Taco Bell location. Other scheduled events are set for Chicago, New York, Nashville, and Fort Lauderdale in the next month.

A Taco Bell LGBTQIA+ employee organization named Live Mas Pride developed the drag performance concept. The events purport to be open only to persons at least 18 years old, although Taco Bell advertises heavily to young children and adolescent teens.

The Drag Brunch events are expected to also promote the It Gets Better Project, an organization created by the Taco Bell Foundation. That group says its purpose is to “empower young LGBT people worldwide.”

Other huge corporations have begun promoting transgender ideology recently. The Discovery+ streaming service announced recently that it will begin offering a new TV series next month that highlights teenagers involved in the drag world.

Burger King ran a promotion last year using its “chicken burgers” to take a shot at competitor Chick-fil-A and its family-oriented Christian values. Burger King donated nearly half of the sales from the chicken sandwiches to LGBT activist group Human Rights Campaign.

Some state and local governments have taken steps to protect young people from corporate marketing of LGBT transgender ideology, most notably Florida through the leadership of Republican Governor Ron DeSantis.

Florida has enacted legislation requiring public school districts to allow parents to review all classroom materials. Another new law there protects parental rights by banning schools from teaching children in kindergarten through third grade sexual material or transgenderism.

Taco Bell is owned by Yum! Brands based in Louisville, Kentucky, which also owns Pizza Hut and KFC. The company’s stock was trading at around $110 per share on Thursday, down more than 19% since the beginning of the year.