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Dartmouth College Student ‘Drag Show’ Features Performer Dressed as a Topless Nun

Dartmouth College Student ‘Drag Show’ Features Performer Dressed as a Topless Nun

“the dance concluded with the performer touching their breasts and swinging a rosary around in the air before ending in genuflection”

Can we all assume this was meant to be an insult to Christians? That sure is what it sounds like.

The College Fix reports:

Topless ‘nun’ performs sexualized burlesque at Dartmouth drag show

A burlesque performance featuring a dancer dressed as a nun was one act among many Saturday at an event at Dartmouth College hosted by a student drag club.

The roughly three-minute dance began with the performer — who goes by “they” with a stage name of “Grim Noir” — kneeling. Then the dancer gyrated on a chair and stripped off their black robe, revealing tights with crosses on them and pasties covering their nipples.

Performed to the song “Sinners,” the dance concluded with the performer touching their breasts and swinging a rosary around in the air before ending in genuflection.

It was one act of a one-hour show that drew more than 100 students to Collis Common Ground, a venue in the center of campus. It was hosted by House of Lewan, which bills itself as the college’s “first recognized drag club.”…

House of Lewan offers “free, all-inclusive drag workshops,” according to a May 2022 article in The Dartmouth, the campus newspaper.

Saturday’s performers, a mix of students and professionals, included a gender-bending ballroom dance team, dancers who stripped off their clothes, and two notable drag queens.

“Drag means self expression and I do it for the community,” guest performer Rhedd Rhumm, who hosted and introduced student performers, told The College Fix. “One of my big things about being a drag performer is being able to be on stage and create, to create a space of happiness, a space of family, and a space of community.”

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“guest performer Rhedd Rhumm”
$20 says that’s a backup alias. (Or he had his name changed.)

It’s almost like you want to assure them that they’re really NOT pissing off their parents THAT much,