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June 18, 2023
Is Yuengling sponsoring an all-ages drag show? At the very least... not anymore
When the internationally owned Bud Light let its woke globalism show, many normie-Americans turned to the American-owned Yuengling as their beer of choice. Then it was reported that Yuengling was sponsoring an all ages-drag show. The beer company is not anymore. And if they ever were, it depends on how you define the word "sponsor."
Here's the story. A place called the "Musikfest Cafe sponsored by Yuengling" announced Dragging with the Divas, a "family-friendly" drag show. In fairness to Musikfest Cafe sponsored by Yuengling, they did post that it might be unsuitable for children under the age of... two. But babies could sit on their parent's lap.
The problem is that Yuengling was never sponsoring the show like they don't sponsor any of the other shows at the cafe.
\u201cThis is a garbage story. Yuengling has sponsored the event called Musikfest broadly since 1984. These freaks intentionally appropriated the association. Don\u2019t do this to good people. We have enough to fight without making it up. @Timcast\u201d— Chris Stigall (@Chris Stigall) 1686913615
Yuengling said in a tweet that they only have the naming rights to the venue, Muskifest Cafe. A separate company, ArtsQuest, does the booking of events independently. HOWEVER, they worked with the venue to ensure that the drag show was eighteen and over.
The event definitely was all-ages when it was announced. And ArtsQuess definitely sounds like a company that gets off on all-ages drag shows. In their tweet announcing the new age restriction, they made it a point to hide the change in the middle of woke mad-libs.
People jumped the gun in claiming Yuengling was "sponsoring" the event. It went from an event posted on a website to Johnny and the Mothers playing at the Savoy Theatre. While the right is on a roll with cultural wins (battles in the larger war), we need to not be hammers looking for a nail. If anything, this shows how Yuengling was quick to fix a mistake.
The question is if the mistake stays fixed. Putting an age restriction on adult entertainment is what we in politics call finding common ground. As opposed to what we in reality call common sense. LGBTQ activists, neither politically nor in reality, care about common ground. As we saw with the Los Angeles Dodgers, they demand you affirm their every kink always. They demand you confirm their every kink twice as hard (that's what he said) during the month of June.
Let's see what happens when activists try to force the venue and the beer to bend the knee. You know that's coming.
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