(LifeSiteNews) — The transgender movement won Hollywood years ago — in fact, it was celebrities that first mainstreamed gender ideology to begin with.
Laverne Cox, an actor from Orange is the New Black, was featured on the cover of TIME Magazine in 2014 for an article titled “The Transgender Tipping Point”; Bruce “Caitlyn” Jenner took the trans movement to the next level the following year by appearing on the cover of Vanity Fair with his new breasts and a bodice and the title “Call Me Caitlyn.”
But no media moment has symbolized the entertainment industry’s commitment to the transgender movement like actress and TV show host Drew Barrymore literally kneeling on the carpet in front of trans activist Dylan Mulvaney on Monday. Woke feminism in 2023, it seems, has come full circle — screenshots of Barrymore on her knees in front of Mulvaney look like something out of a cringeworthy misogynist 1950s advertisement.
Dylan Mulvaney is a TikTok star who gained an audience as a peppy gay man making videos; when he began identifying as a woman, his stardom exploded. He interviewed President Joe Biden in October and went viral for asking Biden what he thought about states banning sex change surgeries; Biden responded that he thought it was morally wrong. Mulvaney now specializes in videos talking about his new experiences as a “girl,” wearing makeup, female clothing, and going hiking in heels. Matt Walsh has gone viral for critiquing Mulvaney’s performance as a grotesque caricature of womanhood.
With Drag Queens now targeting babies in a quest to normalize their degeneracy, it's time for our lawmakers to ensure children in society are legally protected from this grooming.
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Drag queens do sexual themed performances in front of a baby who then hands them cash tips with the mom’s help pic.twitter.com/ywEAFy5Uhg— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) March 1, 2023
"Burlesque for Babies" is the latest depraved iteration of the Drag Queen Story Hours that have targeted children across the western world.
This involves woke parents taking their babies and toddlers to watch grown men, invariably wearing high-heels, make-up and little else, dance inappropriately for attention, gratification, money and grooming.
If you don't believe us, just watch what this pro-LGBT commentator has to say (WARNING - graphic content):
This is nothing less than grooming - an attempt by perverted men to sexualize children with erotic dancing.
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How else can we describe half-naked men “twerking” in front of babies, if not by calling it "grooming"?
Aside from the degenerate men wanting to sexually perform for children, the other major culprits are of course the parents who bring their children to see them, tacitly endorsing the bondage outfits and overt perversion to allow these drag queens fulfill their sadomasochistic dreams with children.
Any adult who wants to be naked, or close to naked, in front of children is an immediate threat to young people, which is why lawmakers must do everything to combat this degeneracy before it's normalized.
Normalization is, of course, the goal of the LGBTQ movement, and that's why we have to push back now.
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'Perverted and depraved': Drag queen shows for babies in the UK draws widespread condemnation - LifeSiteNews
In one video, Mulvaney called for America to “normalize” the idea of women with penises. “Normalize the bulge,” he said. “We are normalizing the bulge. Women can have bulges and that’s OK, we’re not going to stare at their crotches while they’re wearing their little shopping shorts.” That is the sort of content that landed Mulvaney an interview with the president of the United States — and it is the reason that Mulvaney, a “transgender” star, is being fawned over by Hollywood.
On The Drew Barrymore Show, Barrymore opened up to Mulvaney in what was presented as a girly chat about dealing with haters. The talk was centred around Mulvaney’s TikTok video series “Days of Girlhood,” which recently passed its first anniversary (Mulvaney also celebrated the milestone with a show at the Rockefeller Center). “It’s interesting because I look at someone like you and I can’t imagine anybody disliking you,” Mulvaney responded.
“Oh please,” Barrymore responded, getting off her chair and kneeling in front of Mulvaney. “Do you want to know, ironically, who dislikes me the most sometimes? Myself.” Mulvaney joined her on the floor and hugged her.
The exchange led to a hug between the two as they continued the segment kneeling and sitting on the floor. This display was quickly attacked by Twitter users for the female Barrymore apparently debasing herself to the male Mulvaney. As Greg Price noted on Twitter: “Women are now getting on their hands and knees to show solidarity with a man who has lived as a woman for less than a year. Truly the sneakiest trick the patriarchy ever pulled.”
The image of a famous Hollywood actress kneeling in front of a man dressed up as a woman is as iconic as the iconic covers of TIME and Vanity Fair. It is iconic because it captures, in a single frame, the ethos of the bizarre historical moment we are living through. It showcases the new mainstream misogyny in our culture—a misogyny that still has a narrow definition of womanhood, but this time it is men in drag calling the shots while famous women fall all over themselves to submit.