Students in the Manhattan public school district, some as young as five years old, watched as Public School 96 Parent Association President Frankie Quinones gyrated onstage to a song in a short, black sequined dress and matching thong, which he spread his legs to show the audience. Quinones was the final act of the evening and was billed as a “Special Surprise Performance!” There were nearly 200 families in attendance, according to the New York Daily News.
Parents were outraged by watching a grown man wiggle his tongue at the audience and suggestively writhe around the floor.
That does not appear, to me, to be the appropriate location and audience for such a display.
The school district said ”the performance was about LGBT awareness.” Well, I think people are certainly more aware of what the LGBT community is about, now. So, on that level, they succeeded.