Kids don’t belong in bars.
Kids don’t belong in strip clubs.
And kids don’t belong at drag shows.
We know explicit content is bad for kids. Why do community leaders allow drag shows in public venues?
Bowling Green has an obscenity code to protect children. The code prohibits performances depicting sexual acts, sexual excitement, and scantily clad humans in public venues. But when it comes to drag shows, no one will enforce it.
You have an opinion. Together we have a voice. It’s time to use it.
Tell the Bowling Green City Commission and the Warren County Fiscal Court that our laws must be enforced fairly.
Sign our petition and tell our elected officials to:
1. Act upon current decency codes as they relate to “sexually explicit entertainment located near areas zoned for residential use, near schools and public parks, and near malls and similar open spaces that cater to use by family groups and children.” City Ordinance 24-1.01
2. Enact and enforce additional laws that:
- Protect children in all public spaces
- Ensure parental rights to educate their children with regard to sex
- Expand the protection of minors from organized indoctrination efforts