THE assault on the innocence and humanity of young children these days is a disgrace. It shows no sign of abating and is being pushed relentlessly by the Left.
One of the ugliest new trends is to bring male adult entertainers into schools and libraries to read to young children. This is known as drag queen reading hour.
These days if you want to spend any time with children, you have to go through endless checks. But if you are a man who likes to dress up as a woman and parody women in a highly sexualised way, then it’s access all areas.
This explains how a drag queen who goes by the name ‘Flowjob’ was invited to read a story to kids aged four up to Year Seven at Glencoats Primary School, Paisley, which he visited along with MP Mhairi Black. Ms Black believes you are homophobic if you object to such a thing.
Flowjob has regularly uploaded graphic pictures to Twitter, including photos of simulating a sex act with a dildo and simulating oral sex. The drag queen also shared a picture of Ian Beale being throttled by Max Branning on EastEnders, with the caption, ‘I need a Daddy like this.’
Renfrewshire Council, which is in charge of the school, said: ‘The school pupils at Glencoats Primary are currently organising a series of activities and events to mark LGBT history month. In discussion with pupils in their Rainbow Club, one of their requests was to invite people from the LGBT community to hear about their own experiences growing up and they wanted to invited a drag queen to talk to this group to hear about their own personal experience.’
Did they indeed? It seems we are to believe that five-year-olds know all about drag queens. Or perhaps there was an adult pushing an agenda at that school.
So this is what you are up against. Drag queens can come into a school without parents knowing and discuss with four-year-olds, that is four, five, six, and seven-year-olds, their own ‘personal experience’.
Which means what? How they like to simulate sex acts and post them on social media? How they like to dress up in women’s clothes for adult entertainment?
What occurred here is evil. It is grooming children who deserve the protection of adults, many of whom it seems have left he building, or are too cowardly to stand up to this disgusting attack on the innocence and humanity of children.
This is what passes for an education now in state schools in Scotland. No wonder they are falling behind on every international league table going.
Not that the rest of the UK is immune. Two years ago, parents at a Bristol primary school got short shrift when they complained about drag queens invited in to read ‘stories of tolerance’ to their children. If they didn’t like it, they could lump it, or keep their kids out of school on an unauthorised absence, one mum reported.
Not teaching your child to read or do sums is bad enough. Sexualising them at the age of four or else is just criminal.
Speaking of sexualising young children, I noticed a headline from the US thus:
‘Nine-year-old boy asks Pete Buttigieg for help coming out as gay at rally.’ A nine-year-old Colorado boy got kudos from openly gay Democratic presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg when he asked him during a rally for help telling the world that he’s also gay. What a lovely fuzzy story.
Again, is it just me, but I thought there was a general acceptance in society that under-tens are not sexual. If a nine-year-old girl came on stage and said: ‘I really want to say that I am straight,’ I doubt we’d all be falling over ourselves at how great it was.
I’m not criticising Mr Buttigieg, there was not much he could do. But I am asking myself how this boy’s mother would parade her son like this on stage to a crowd of 4,000.
Does this child not deserve any privacy or time to see how he develops? It seems not. The mainstream media’s insatiable desire to push the boundaries on all things sexual is impossible to resist. But resist them we will.