Penn Valley, CA — It seems we have a bit of a situation in Penn Valley, California. You see, this drag queen, Lola Love, has opened a gun store named “Lola’s Lock and Load” in one of the town’s affluent neighborhoods.
As you might expect, this has caused quite a stir among the town’s conservative residents. They’re not fans of drag queen culture, but they love their firearms. So it’s a bit of a problem, to say the least.
“I have always advocated for traditional family values, but I do love my guns,” said Chad Stevens, a wealthy resident, and self-proclaimed conservative. “It’s a conflicting situation, but I believe in the Second Amendment. So I suppose I’ll not make eye contact.”
Some say that Lola’s store is unexpectedly challenging traditional values. But is it? I mean, we’re talking about a drag queen selling guns here. That’s not exactly a recipe for social cohesion.
Lola Love, the drag queen proprietor of the new store, seems to be reveling in the attention. “Who knew that guns could bring people together?” she said with a smile and a wink.
But let’s be fair, Lola’s store is drawing in customers, despite their discomfort with her flamboyant displays. “I don’t agree with the drag queen thing, but I do love guns,” said conservative resident Kent Cunterberry. “It’s a weird parallel universe we’re living in.”
Of course, not everyone is thrilled about the new store.
Conservative activist Elizabeth Thompson says, “I have nothing against guns, but I don’t want my children groomed to that lifestyle. I mean, who wants Democrat drag queen kids? So keep that crap in Nevada City.”
Certainly, Lola’s Lock and Load is the talk of the town in Penn Valley, and it’s not hard to see why. But whether it’s challenging traditional values or just causing a ruckus remains to be seen.