What would happen if white people put on blackface and afro wigs and paraded around as blacks during a given month of the year?
There might be some negative reactions.
Yet if men dress up as ridiculous, grotesque caricatures of women and then prance around for schoolchildren, then it is a solemn expression of their sexual “pride” and something for young people to emulate.
Several schools in the U.S. have been caught planning and sponsoring such sexual drag shows for students, trying to groom young people into the homosexual lifestyle when they should be teaching them math, reading, writing, science and other actual school subjects.
Washington D.C. Public Schools’ June Pride Month celebrations include an event – advertised alongside an image of a drag performer – where “LGBT students” could come to “performances,” according to The National Desk.
The same story describes how a school at a U.S. Air Force base in Germany canceled a “Drag Queen Story Time” for children following negative press, and how an Erie, Colo. public elementary school announced plans to team up with three other elementary schools to bring kids to a local “pride” celebration, where a local drag queen named Shirley Delta Blow would read to kids.
Shirley Delta Blow is actually Stuart Sanks, a third-grade teacher at The Studio School just north of Denver, according to Westword.
“We tend to giggle a lot in my room, and there is always glitter, much to the chagrin of some parents. But, hey, a drag queen is your child’s teacher. This is what you signed up for,” Sanks told Westword.
Other Pride Month events for children around the U.S. include a “Kiddie Korner” at a local county “PrideFest” in Illinois, staged by two public libraries, and a “Queer Youth Open Mic Night,” at a sex shop owned by a school board director in Washington.