(LifeSiteNews) — If you’d told me ten years ago that drag queens would be at the center of our cultural divide in 2022, I would have laughed at you. I suspect most people would have reacted the same way. But here we are—and importantly, Democrats are failing a very basic test.
Most sane people understand that hyper-sexualized entertainment of male cross-dressers engaging in generally grotesque caricatures of women is not for children. I personally don’t think it’s good for anyone, but pretty much everyone beyond the handful of woke parents taking their kids to drag shows recognizes that “adult entertainment” is … well, adult entertainment. If you want to corrupt yourself, that’s one thing. If you want to corrupt children—now we have a problem.
Thus, politicians are presented with what seems like a pretty easy test:
Q: “Do you think children should be exposed to ‘adult entertainment’?”
A: “No. It is for adults.”
That’s all you have to do to alleviate the fears of those who suspect that many Democrats are ready to hand the kids over to the LGBT movement on a silver platter and put them in charge of school curriculums. But whaddaya know—the Democrats won’t do it. From drag queen-hugging Vice President Kamala Harris’s attendance at DC Pride, where hundreds of children were exposed to adult sex fetishes and nudity, to local politicians, the Democrats are doing their best to persuade voters that they’re… well, groomers.
At least 135 U.S. teachers and teachers’ aides have already been arrested in 2022 for child-related sex crimes, ranging from child porn possession to rape, and these are only the cases reported by the media.
And, while the vast majority of teachers are upstanding citizens, we also know some are indoctrinating our children with the LGBT ideology and practices to "make an ally of them" at a wholly inappropriate age.
This is not acceptable, and must be stopped now.
SIGN: Congress must ban federal funding for schools promoting sex or LGBT ideologies among children.
With Governor Ron DeSantis already taking action in Florida, banning instruction on sexuality and gender identity by teachers among third graders and younger, it's now time to see a federal push to effectively end such meddling in the minds of our children.
Parents have a responsibility to defend their children from those who overstep boundaries, whether that's in the form of LGBT propaganda, pornography, or other forms of sexualization in schools.
Too often the media downplays what's at stake: nothing less than the innocence of our children, and sometimes even their very lives, as this grieving Mom explained in March.
SIGN and SHARE: Congress must ban federal funding for schools who attempt to sexualize children.
76% of the arrests of teachers and aides for child-related sex-crimes this year involved assaults on students.
Jonathan van Maren reports that while one California teacher was charged with aggravated assault of a child, another was charged with 29 counts of child molestation.
A North Carolina science teacher was charged with 27 counts of first-degree sexual exploitation of a minor and 28 counts of “indecent liberties with a student.”
Parents need to construct every possible barrier to more children being abused, and one important way is to stop groomers and potential groomers from discussing sex with children in the classroom.
It is a violation of trust to introduce someone else's precious child to the minefield of sexuality, and it breaks down inhibitions that are meant to protect our most vulnerable young people.
SIGN TODAY: Pull federal funding from any school that sexualizes children
We already know that drag queens, some of whom admit to grooming, have no place in the classroom, and that teaching children about gender identities and sexual preferences is wholly inappropriate, but it's beyond time we took action.
Thank you for signing the petition today.
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**Photo: Visual aid from National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS)**
First there was California State Senator Scott Wiener of San Francisco (of course), who responded to the Dallas “Drag your kids to pride” event by noting: “This guy just gave me a bill idea: Offering Drag Queen 101 as part of the K-12 curriculum. Attending Drag Queen Story Time will satisfy the requirement.” In other words, Wiener not only supports kids being exposed to these shows, he’d like to make it mandatory. Clearly, he believes that the LGBT movement’s position is strong enough that he can say the quiet part out loud. In San Francisco that might be the case, but I suspect most Americans feel quite differently about it.
Lest you feel that Scott Wiener is simply an aptly named anomaly, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel came out on June 15 to address the raging controversies over drag shows for kids. Those upset by this, she said, were upset about “fake issues” because “drag queens are fun” and “make everything better.” This fake issue, she noted, was a nothingburger that parents should not be getting worked up about.
“[You] know what is not a problem for kids seeking a good education?” Nessel asked during her recent speech in Lansing for the Michigan Department of Civil Rights. “Drag queens. Drag queens are entertainment. And you know what I’ll say that was totally not poll tested, I’d say this: A drag queen for every school.” Nessel, like Wiener, is gay. Both are willing to say not only that drag shows for children are acceptable, but that they are good. New York Representative Caroline Maloney echoed similar statements earlier this year, stating that Drag Queen Storytime is an example of a “well-rounded education.”
As activist Christopher Rufo noted on Twitter: “Politicians have gone from promising “a chicken in every pot” to “a drag queen in every school.” Voters are watching, and Nessel is right—those sentiments weren’t poll-tested.