LGBTQ Activist Parades Down Syndrome Boys In Drag Through London as “Drag Syndrome’ Event

LGBTQ activist Daniel Vais runs a dance program paid for by British government funding that cross-dresses boys with Downs Syndrome and parades them "dancing" in the streets. (Twitter photo)

LifeSiteNews – A drag troupe comprised of performers with Down syndrome is an LGBT activist’s latest foray into promoting so-called “inclusion.”

Several “Drag Syndrome” events took place at a handful of underground events this summer around East London, promising “drag mayhem” during “extra Chromosome Drag night with our royal Queens and Kings.” The enterprise is a project of the London-based Culture Device, which receives public funding from the Arts Council of England.

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