‘Drag Kids’ debuts: ‘If God doesn’t do something soon, he’s going to owe Sodom & Gomorrah an apology’

Screengrab ABC “Good Morning America” – 11-year-old “trailblazing” drag kid ‘Desmond is Amazing’

Oppose 9-year-old drag queens in post-Obama America and the liberal media is sure to tag you with a “homophobe” label, a phenomenon that will be more common upon the release of a feature documentary on “Drag Kids.”

The film features four 9-year-old drag queens from around the world who, along with their families, are glamorized for “living within queer culture, going to drag balls and gay events,” as Queerty, an online magazine covering the gay-oriented lifestyle, characterized their efforts.

As for the prevailing notion that a 9-year-old is not quite “ready” to process the overt sexuality that goes along with being a drag queen, director Megan Wennberg doesn’t have any patience for those who see it as child abuse.

“Though the one interesting thing that has come up: the trolls have lost their minds over Drag Kids with all that child abuse bullsh*t,” Wennberg told Queerty.

It was just under a year ago that the “trailblazing” 11-year-old drag kid “Desmond is Amazing” was celebrated on ABC’s “Good Morning America.”

Liberals have no problem with prepubescent children making life-altering decisions about gender and sexuality.

“We discussed it a bit. It was led by the kids, something they brought up,” Wennberg stated, careful in how she set up the topic. “In Jason’s case, he’s now come out as gay. Stephan is gender-fluid. He hasn’t decided if he likes boys or likes girls or likes both, but he says there are days he feels like a boy, and days he feels like a girl. He balances accordingly. Even the scene where he’s packing his suitcase to go to Montreal, he was a boy that day and he wanted none of the drag stuff. He wasn’t packing any dresses or anything like that. It was like I’m a boy. It was all onesies and tracksuits.”

The remark was followed by laughter, according to the magazine.

“Bracken isn’t sure,” she continued. “Nemis says his pronoun hasn’t been invented yet. Which is awesome.”

“Drag Kids” debuted last week in New York City and is set for wider distribution in the coming year.

Social media can be a toxic wasteland, but it may also be one of the last vestiges of common sense in America, although not as prevalent as the media, pop culture and the entertainment industry, all of which is known to uphold immorality in America.

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Tom Tillison


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