The Tennessee state legislature put a host of bills into effect that would limit the exposure of minors to gender ideology. Among bans on medical child sex changes and protections for women’s sports came a bill that would prevent drag shows, or burlesque for gay male dancers, from being presented to children.

However, a federal appeals court has ruled that the ban against showing explicit drag content to children is unconstitutional. The bill banned drag shows on public property or in places where minors are able to watch them. The ruling is over the extent to how broad the bill was written.

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