Down Syndrome Drag Queens: The New Progressive Phenomenon
Men with Down Syndrome performing as drag queens is the new “radical” phenomenon on the global Left.
Since the group’s first performance close to a year ago, Drag Syndrome has since exploded in popularity, with performances all throughout the United Kingdom and Northern Europe and an American tour in the works, the group’s creative director Daniel Vais told Mashable.
“We now have invites [to perform] from around the world,” Vais says.
Daniel Vais is the artistic director of Culture Device, a London-based experimental performance and dance company that works with artists who have Down syndrome and operates Drag Syndrome. The company has put on everything from ballets to fashion shoots…
Couple that stigma with the concept itself – people with Down syndrome performing drag – which is already an inherently radical act. People with Down syndrome aren’t expected to have a sexuality, Vais explains, forget a queer sexuality or a genderqueer presentation. People with intellectual disabilities aren’t supposed to be performers or artists or anything but “cute.”
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In America, the movement to have drag queens reading to children at libraries is taking off and being celebrated by the progressive movement.
Controversial ‘Drag Queen Story Hour’ events, which have been known to give convicted child sex predators intimate access to children, started in public libraries but are now moving into churches as well.
The Cincinnati Enquirer issued a gushing profile on Mount Auburn Presbyterian Church in Cincinnati, OH for allowing a bedazzled drag queen who goes by the alias Sparkle Leigh to groom children and read them pro-LGBT propaganda.
Church caretaker Dan Davidson transformed into this character to read a book lionizing Harvey Milk, the former San Francisco Mayor who was known to prey on teenage boys, in a religious setting to onlookers. It is apart of their celebration of Pride month, as the church openly revels in Biblical sin.
“I’m excited just to be able to point to diversity and help kids not be afraid of people that are different but to embrace them and be able to learn from them and find out more about them,” Davidson said.
Davidson claims that he was a victim of a hate crime and now wants children to understand that it is okay to be homosexual, despite what it says in the Bible. He made it clear that he wants to indoctrinate children with his beliefs on gender and sexuality.
“Love more, love better,” Davidson said. “It’s literally that simple.”
Stacey Midge, who serves the pastor of Mount Auburn, claims that giving drag queens access to precocious children is in line with Christian teachings because “God loves everyone.”
Jeff Johnston, who works as an issues analyst for Focus on the Family, is crying foul over this blasphemous display.
“[Children] are easily taught, and we want to bring them into a healthy view of what it means to be a boy or a girl and help them embrace that,” Johnston said.
Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives Larry Householder had previously raised concerns over public libraries hosting these perverse displays.
“This is a stunningly bizarre breach of public trust. And it must stop,” Householder wrote in the letter. “Taxpayers aren’t interested in seeing their hard-earned dollars being used to teach teenage boys how to become drag queens.”
This is spreading across the buckeye state, as shocking video of a 9-year-old drag child stripping at a bar surfaced earlier this year:
House Bill 180, introduced by Republican state House Rep. Tim Schaffer after the clip went viral, would ban these type of displays exploiting children.
“Given our heightened focus on human trafficking and the role money plays in trafficking children, I knew I had to take action to make sure this activity does not occur again,” Schaffer said in a news release. “We can do better to protect innocent children and we must do better.”
The public grooming of kids into this depraved lifestyle will only continue as the LGBT agenda becomes more mainstream, as Pride Month rages on.