you think pantomime is 'disgusting'?
Americans don't do pantomime and have no idea what you're talking about....
for them: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pantomime
That type of drag has a long tradition in America as well, one of the first TV superstars was Milton Berle who frequently did drag.
In the 1960s there was Jonathan Winters as Maude Frickert
In the 1970s there was Flip Wilson as Geraldine (not the same type of thing but very funny)
As per your previous question, I might be okay with Drag Queen Story Hour if the queens in question were in that tradition (say between Mrs Doubtfire and Dame Edna) but most modern drag now has descended into the grotesque and hideous, I don't think this is appropriate for small children
Nor is this:
Not to mention lax vetting that let some with sex convictions participate:
So theoretically oaky but so far in practice? Snake eyes.
Or as a drag queen herself puts it....