Man in Drag Performs Suggestive Dance in ‘Talent Show’ at New York Grade School

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New York: A talent show for grade schoolers ended with a “surprise performance” by Manhattan PTA president, Frankie Quinones, who dressed in drag and performed a sexually suggestive dance.  Elections will be held later this month for his replacement at the PTA.  -GEG

Parents of students at a public elementary school in East Harlem went to see their kids at a talent show last week and got a full-on drag performance.

Mom Raquel Morales couldn’t believe her eyes as she watched the erotic dance with her 10-year-old son.

“Even as I’m recording, I’m like, ‘This must be déjà vu, I’m dreaming. This is not happening in a school assembly. This can’t be,’” Morales said.

The performer in drag was none other than the president of the PTA at P.S. 96., Frankie Quinones. Video shot by Morales shows him twirling and gyrating to a song by ’80s Puerto Rican performer Iris Chacon.

On an event flyer, the drag show was only billed as a “Special Surprise Performance!”

Morales questioned what organizers were thinking.

“He got on all fours on the choir stand, he laid on his back, raised his legs, opened his legs wide open. What made you in your head think that was appropriate for elementary school students?” Morales said.

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That is definitely not ok for elementary school students. Someone was not thinking,

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But he looks like a girl not a man at all.