Editor’s Note: The following contains graphic imagery that is sexual in nature. Viewer discretion is advised.
Have you heard about this “all ages” drag queen Christmas show that is currently on a national tour?
It could be coming to a city near you — it has 36 shows in 18 different states, as well as the District of Columbia. In this show, you and your kids are allowed to see acts named “Screwdolph the Red-nippled Reindeer” and Crystal Methyd — a character who has peppermint candies for breasts.
Does that get you in the Christmas spirit?
Maybe if you’re a Leftist reading this, you think it is totally appropriate. That’s because Leftists have demented minds.
For them, it’s perfectly normal that there are men who want to dress up like women and dance in front of children.
What exactly goes on at this sort of show?
Well, in one instance in Austin, Texas, a performer paraded around with “tits in a box” and then he “shook his buttocks” for the crowd. At one point a drag queen named “Jimbo the Drag Clown” said to a child in the audience, saying, “Hello, you’re reaching for my titties. Are you hungry?”
At another point, “Screwdolph The Red-Nippled Reindeer” gets spanked because that’s their idea of celebrating Christmas. They simulate sex on stage. They sexualize children’s stories, including Santa, and they have sex videos that play in the background.
Do you think I am making this up? Here’s TayerUSA on Tucker Carlson Tonight who recorded these perverted videos as a journalist and reported on the story:
.@TaylerUSA Joins Tucker Carlson Tonight To Discuss His Footage Exposing The Disturbing “All Ages” Drag Queen Christmas Show
Tayler: “These children are being groomed by adults.” pic.twitter.com/m70Q3ka81n
— The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 (@ColumbiaBugle) December 20, 2022
Here’s more, but it is very graphic — and again this is supposed to be for children:
Scenes from the all-ages “family friendly” Drag Queen Christmas Tour. I hate to sound like a far-right extremist bigot but we just not do this in front of kids please? pic.twitter.com/CrCRGgkKMb
— Leo Kearse – comedian – come to my shows! (@LeoKearse) December 20, 2022
So, the drag show for Christmas celebrates half-naked men — dressed as women — dancing in front of children while also simulating sex on stage.
Meanwhile, adults are laughing along and applauding. Every adult there should be reported to the authorities.
This is an utter perversion being pushed as ‘progress.’ It makes me sick. When I first saw this video, one disturbing thing is that people are trying to act like this is all something that is natural, decent, or beneficial for children.
None of this is natural. Pushing sexualized images onto children is not natural or normal. It is all indecent.
Where is the shame for any of the ‘grownups’ involved in this “all ages” drag show?
Before the show, I was explaining to my crew a time when I felt indecent in front of my mother-in-law. I didn’t expect to see her. But, when I did, I was wearing high-waisted leather pants and a long-sleeved top. There’s nothing specifically wrong with that outfit — everything was covered from head to toe.
Yet I died on the inside. Those are not the sort of pants I want to wear in front of my mother-in-law. They’re just a little bit sexy — not the sort of impression I want to give to her. I would have been in a sack if I had known that she was going to pop by that day.
There’s a level of respect needed when you’re around elders, family, or children. Clothing that you would wear out to go to a bar or with your girlfriends — you don’t put those outfits on when you’re going to go babysit or to a family gathering. You don’t want to expose children to outfits that aren’t age-appropriate or embarrass those who deserve honor.
Ultimately, it is about decency.
Those two situations aren’t exactly comparable — because my accidentally wearing leather pants in front of my husband’s mother pales in comparison to grown men acting lewdly in front of children with their parents laughing and cheering it on — but the larger point is that we as a culture are losing our idea of respect and modesty.
When you say as a society that we actually have no standards of respect and decency and we’re going to mock those who care about protecting childhood innocence and keeping crudeness out of our culture — then it is not going to end well. It’s not going to end well whatsoever.
This increased sexualization of children needs to stop.