Drag Queens. Men who dress like women, love to dance for and read stories to children, and want to keep their penises. And for some reason,
In a less civilized society, i.e. the U.K., this sort of behavior is not only considered normal and totally acceptable but is actually encouraged. But then the U.K. has a long and sordid history of cross-dressers, gays, and pedophiles in their government, etc. doing what those people do.
But in America, we’ve always attempted to protect and nurture our children, but no more it seems. Now, they are targets by the gays, trannies, pedophiles, drag queens, and other groups that have less than noble motives, i.e. to get nearly naked and stick their privates in YOUR children’s faces.
Sorry, but this is NOT entertainment, it’s a form of “grooming”. To say otherwise is being totally disingenuous and intellectually dishonest. Can anyone honestly say that a 2-year-old has the mental acuity to realize what is happening? It is child abuse to subject any child to this sexually suggestive “show”.
An admitted gay man and drag queen, Marti Gould Cummings, from New Jersey can be seen “dancing” in the video below. The drag queen is shown dancing during the “What’s the Tea Drag Brunch” at Talde’s in Jersey City, NJ last weekend.
But wait, hasn’t the “gay lobby” and the “drag queen” lobby been telling us for decades that DQ’s have no interest in children and that DQ’s are not gay? That has been their message, repeatedly. Marti evidently did not get the memo. The video below paints a real picture of DQ’s in action.
As you can see the DQ wearing a skimpy outfit and thigh-highs serenades the 2-year-old boy then hops up on the bar/table within reach of the toddler and promptly spreads his legs and basically shoves his “junk” squarely in front of this child’s face. This may pass for entertainment somewhere on Earth, but not in America.
But it IS entertainment for children, entertainment they need and deserve according to the DQ Marti Gould Cummings:
“Anyone who thinks drag isn’t for children is wrong,” Cummings said in an interview with NBC News. “Drag is expression, and children are such judgment-free beings; they don’t really care what you’re wearing, just what you’re performing.”
“It’s the same when I do Drag Queen Story Hour,” he added, referring to the sick and twisted trend where drag queens read to children at public libraries and bookstores. “They don’t care that I am a gay man in a dress; they care about the story I am reading.”
“It would be nice if us adults could let the child inside of us out for a little bit, so maybe we could all be a little more accepting of others ourselves,” Cummings continued.