Little boys in drag, dancing for adults: What's up with their parents?

Little boys in drag, dancing for adults: What’s up with their parents?

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[Lifesite News] In today’s world of failing media operations, Canada’s state broadcaster the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation only survives for one reason: It is funded by the taxpayers, who have their wages garnished to pay for a largely left-wing network that champions every progressive cause and has been promoting the Sexual Revolution with great gusto for years. I had not realized until this week, however, that the CBC also runs a platform called CBC Kids News, in order to cater directly to children. And as it turns out, one of the things they want to promote to children is the idea that little kids can become drag queens.

VIDEO: [CBC Kids News] The taxpayer-funded CBC features four drag queen pre-teens in a new documentary that normalizes drag, explains what it is and peddles it as a way to help children ‘be themselves.’ [July 3, 2019]


In a promo video posted to their Twitter account, the CBC attempts to make drag shows sound as if they are precisely like children playing make-believe, and then shows children gyrating, throwing their heads back and giving the camera what are supposed to be seductive looks, and dancing in a way that provocative adults might. These little children, who have perfected the model dead-eyed-with-mouth-slightly-open look, are presented as the stars of a new (again, taxpayer-funded) CBC documentary, Drag Kids.

There is a 12-old female drag queen, and an 11-year-old boy named Jason who poses as a drag queen named Susan B. Anthony. CBC featured a photo of him in the video wearing a female wig, looking over his shoulder, and waving a hand-held fan with the word Slay painted across it. A 10-year-old boy named Nemis moonlights as a drag queen with long blond hair and heavy makeup and the drag name “Lactatia.” Then there’s a nine-year-old boy named Stephan with the voice of a small child who dons thick eyeliner, lipstick, and a shaggy blond wig to transform himself into “Lady Gaga.”

Stephan, the nine-year-old, tells the adult filmmakers that drag is about “transforming from a man into a woman for entertainment,” although nobody mentions that Stephan is not a man. In fact, he is not even an adolescent – he is a child, and these ideas have obviously been planted in his head by adults, who are facilitating and assisting his transformation into a drag queen and allowing him to be exploited by the filmmakers who need “drag kids” to make their documentary.

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