LGBT Activists Throw 'Queer Dance Party' at VP-Elect Pence's House

The first events protesting President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration kicked off Wednesday night, when a bunch of LGBT activists held a "queer dance party" in front of Vice President-elect Mike Pence's house in Chevy Chase, Maryland, shutting down streets and causing a loud ruckus.

The activists started by marching toward Pence's new residence.

Hundreds started dancing to Rihanna as soon as they arrived.

Eyewitnesses reported that protesters started chanting, "Daddy Pence, come dance!"

That's one crowded dance party!

Party organizer Firas Nasr, an organizer with the LGBT group Werk for Peace, formed after the Orlando Pulse Nightclub shooting, led a salacious dance.

This is an iconic image of Nasr — who reportedly inspired some — embarrassing his mother.

Oh, and of course, no liberal protest would be complete without a poster comparing the president-elect to Adolf Hitler.