VIDEO: [Desmond is Amazing] Most consider the promotion of 11-year-old drag queen Desmond as child abuse and exploitation. His mother says when she makes his costumes so he can perform in gay bars at 3 a.m. while dollars are tossed at him, she’s just being supportive, like a soccer mom. [May 2, 2018]
Leading the charge in pushing such evil at the corporate level is Converse, the iconic American shoe company now owned by Nike that recently launched a “Pride Collection” of shoes featuring none other than 11-year-old “Desmond is Awesome,” the infamous “drag kid” whose parents Andrew and Wendy Napoles continue to shamelessly exploit the underage, “transgender” media sensation they’ve created as their own personal cash cow.
Young Desmond is reportedly now being featured in a series of Converse advertisements online, alongside six other LGBTQs, whom now deserve the expanded classification of LGBTPQ – the P standing for pedophiles – that were hired to market rainbow-colored Converse shoes to the American market.
In a Twitter post announcing this new LGBTPQ shoe line, Converse wrote that the purpose of this perverted campaign is to “show the power of expressing one’s true self,” crediting It Gets Better, Out Metro West, and Fenway Health for “supporting” this wicked effort through financial “contributions.”
In Desmond’s bio on the Converse website, the little boy-turned-strip club drag queen is listed as a “drag kid/LGBTQ+ advocate” – Converse apparently seeing nothing wrong with this 11-year-old – who has yet to even reach puberty, by the way – being used and abused by his so-called parents, both of whom are unemployed, deadbeat losers, for cheap shock value – and, of course, lots and lots of money.