Not a drag queen: Stephen Farrea – arrested for child pornography

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Main Image: Portsmouth Police Dept

Stephen Thomas Farrea, Neo-Nazi member of the NSC-131 — last seen protesting Drag Queen Story Time — arrested for possession of child pornography.


Stephen Farrea is a member of NSC-131 aka Nationalist Social Club-131. The neo-nazi group is active in the New England area of the United States. NSC-131 has been disrupting Drag Queen Story Time events since late 2022.  In an action brought by the New Hampshire Attorney General, authorities accuse NSC-131 leader Christopher Hood and 19 unidentified men of disrupting a Story Time event for over an hour. They banged on the venue’s windows and made intimidating gestures towards a drag queen performer and others in the venue.

The complaint brought by the Attorney General alleges they shouted homophobic slurs and saluted in a fashion reminiscent of Nazi Germany.

The Boston Globe reports that Stephen Farrea has been seen at a number of NSC-131 protests. He was also arrested in 2022 while distributing white nationalism leaflets.

Police searched Farrea’s home last month after receiving a tip-off about child pornography. They seized multiple electronic devices containing sexually explicit images of children.

Stephen Farrea: Not a Drag Queen!

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