Last Updated on February 24, 2020
An X-rated drag queen, who goes by the stage name “Flowjob” – a portmanteau of ‘flow’ and the slang term for fellatio – caused a parent-led backlash after speaking at an elementary school in Scotland to talk about LGBT history month alongside an LGBT campaigning Scottish politician.
Earlier this month, National File reported on a “condom-eating” drag queen who was blocked from visiting another Scottish school after a pro-family politician contacted the school and alerted the headmaster of the would-be performer’s explicit repertoire.
According to the Daily Star, Flowjob’s social media page contained images of the performer simulating oral sex with a ball while “laying spread eagle in a bath tub” and other lewd postures involving a sex toy.
“Flowjob” reportedly read a story to Primary 1 children, aged between four to five years old at Glencoates Primary School in Paisley, Scotland.
The revelation of Flowjob’s reading session caused ample controversy with critics dubbing the visit “inappropriate,” “outrageous,” and “disgusting.”
Other parents who blasted the decision to invite Flowjob were incensed at the fact they weren’t alerted before the performance.
The reading session was hosted alongside Scottish National Party MP and LGBTQ+ campaigner, Mhairi Black.
One parent remarked, “While I don’t agree with the abuse being given, my kids go to this school there was no information fed to parents about this happening. Surely that’s a parents choice? I’m happy my child is learning about lgbt but it’s overtaking the school now. Something every week. I’m not opposed to learning about lgbt, but my 7 year old doesn’t need to know what a drag queen is and certainly not the one they had in. The headteacher is more concerned about furthering her career than tackling issuing that our school has.”
However, Flowjob’s drag queen story hour is simply one of many recent visits to schools and public venues seen in recent months across the UK.
The British Library was to host three drag queen story hours on the same day during a family event. Other council libraries were to follow suit this month in hosting similar reading hours.
Since the backlash, both the school and headteacher, Ms Watson, have locked their Twitter accounts.