Wednesday, July 4, 2018


'You can just do you': Boy, 10, founds a drag club for KIDS so they can express themselves in a 'positive, encouraging, and safe' space

  • Desmond Napoles from Brooklyn in New York City is better known by his drag name, Desmond is Amazing
  • He started dressing up as a toddler and began wearing dresses aged six
  • He has since appeared in a music video with RuPaul and his performance at Gay Pride in New York in 2015 went viral
  • An active member in the LGBTQ community, Desmond now wants to inspire other young people and promote anit-bullying and suicide prevention 
  • He is launching Haus of Amazing, a drag club for 'drag kids'
  • He also hopes to have a fashion and cosmetics line in the future  
Shocking Drag Tots Cartoon Sparks Outrage
Alex Jones presents video footage from a new cartoon, made by WOW for children, that features young boys as the main characters who also happen to be cross dressing drag queens.

Ten Year Old Drag Queen Celebrated By The Left

In case you were wondering what the depths of depravity looks like, we have it on video.
SEE: below in full unedited for informational, educational and research purposes:
A viral video of a 10-year-old boy who identifies as a “LGBTQ activist and advocate” and a “drag kid” is raising concern as some state that children being taught about drag and homosexuality is inappropriate and a reflection of ungodly parenting.
“I was born in Pride Month,” the child, who identifies as “Desmond Is Amazing,” stated in the video shared by The Huffington Post on Friday. “Gay pride means self-expression to me. … I discovered that I wanted to do drag when I watched the first episode of ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ when I was two.”
Desmond, donning a pink dress and hat, was called up on stage by RuPaul during DragCon 2017, characterizing him as a “gorgeous little queen” and having the boy “sashay” for the cheering onlookers. He has also appeared at homosexual pride events and has his own YouTube channel with over 2,000 followers.
In last week’s video, the child outlined that in pursuing drag, he soon began emulating the styles of various over-the-top fashion designers.
“I got my inspiration from designers like Alexander McQueen, Betsey Johnson, Commes des Garcon, Jean Paul Gaultier, The Club Kids—their fashion and the makeup, not the bad things—and The Blitz Kids of London,” Desmond stated, wearing a yellow wig and fabric mouse ears.
He explained how others can get their start in drag.
“If you want to do drag, just start off with a little wig and some lip gloss, and a little t-shirt and a little skirt, and some heels or sneakers or whatever,” Desmond advised, as clips showed the boy applying makeup. “You can be a drag queen no matter what.”
He also stated that the reason he’s been dressing in drag freely is because his parents are supportive of the concept.
“I’ve always been able to be myself because of my supporting mom and dad,” Desmond outlined. “Drag is a form of expression and being yourself, and dressing however you want and looking fierce, no matter what you’re wearing. Even if your eyeliner went down and it’s so bad, you still look fierce.”
“My motto is ‘Be yourself always,’ but I like to add this on: ‘No matter what anyone says and pay the haters no mind because they’re not as fierce as you,'” Desmond said, interspersed with clips of the child primping and pursing his blue lips in front of a mirror.
The short recording for Pride Month, which was posted by The Huffington Post with the remark “the future is queer,” has generated 1.4 million views as of press time. It has drawn both applause and concern as some opine that there is nothing wrong with the concept of a drag kid as long as the child is happy, while others contend that the idea of a young boy dressing up as a girl and supporting homosexual pride is inappropriate.
“Love seeing kids express themselves creatively. My daughter told me her sexual preferences at age 12 and I’m fine with it. They might change/shift/evolve; they might not. Being a parent means loving your kids unconditionally,” one commenter remarked.
“A lot of you have to realize that your minds are stuck in the norms of our era. 500 years from now gender fluidity will be the norm. You are not able to transport your mind to the future and see it all. You’re basic [expletive]…,” another stated.
“Nothing about this is right. Kids this young don’t need to be doing ‘what they want’ because they don’t know what they want. They need to be guided and taught. These parents need a wake up call,” a third wrote.
“Remember folks, these types of kids are the ‘future.’ What kind of world do you think we would have with these new ‘pick your gender’ and ‘you can be anything you want, even a puppy’ and ‘2+2=7’ folks running it?” one commenter also asked. “Parents [are] not actually leading their children on the right path, but instead supporting their wicked desires that could be corrected instead. … These are the last days, people. You can buy into that lgbtqrstuvwxyz stuff if you want to. This is wrong. And you know it, too. Jesus is coming soon. Repent and put your faith in Him while there is time.”


Baby drag queen cartoon marketed to young children

republished below in full unedited for informational, educational and research purposes:

“It’s never too early to slip into your first pair of heels, contour your cheekbones, or learn the basics of drag culture,” reads an announcement for Drag Tots, an upcoming cartoon about “baby drag queens.”
The cartoon, a spin-off of the TV show RuPaul’s Drag Race, has been described as a Muppet Babies for drag queens, and it’s sparking outrage for introducing the culture to very impressionable young children.
“Drag Tots premiered on WOW Presents Plus and cartoons have never been so gay! Some of your favorite queens voice the cutest animated baby drag queens in this all-new show,” the cartoon’s production company proudly declares.
“You’re not a true queen until you can read!” the character Lady Liber T says in the above preview. “Because reading is what? Fundamental!”
A screenshot from one scene shows a banner above the kids promoting an ongoing “all-inclusive” celebration that is “mandatory.”
The cartoon is marketed for “kids and grown-ups of all ages.”
Because of that, critics are blasting the show for pushing the drag queen lifestyle onto young children.
“Every child’s uniqueness unfolds within the child, unless adults try to co-opt it,” one concerned grandmother told LifeZette. “Sadly, some adults increasingly do this, and it is a manipulative tragedy.”
MovieGuide, a ministry that publishes content guides for parents, recommended parents get more involved in their children’s lives – or Hollywood will.
“More than ever, parents need to be on top of what their children may be watching, because the days of innocent Saturday morning cartoons is officially over — honestly, it’s been over for a while,” MovieGuide said. “Two new shows coming this year are pushing cross-dressing lifestyles on children.”
The cartoon brings to mind Drag Queen Story Hour, in which drag queens visited California libraries to teach them about the “drag queen lifestyle” and “gender identity.”
“Who wants to be a drag queen when they grow up?” One storyteller asked his young audience before breaking out in song and dance. “The hips on the drag queen go swish, swish, swish!”