Just when you thought children’s television couldn’t get any worse, a program director somewhere decides it’s time for a show featuring toddler drag queens.
Two animated shows with a similar theme are set to hit audiences everywhere very soon.
The first show, “Drag Tots!,” is about toddler-age drag queens that, according to the trailer, are exactly what the world needs. The trailer opens with clips of war, natural disasters, and President Donald Trump, as a narrator says, “In a world on the brink of chaos, where fear is the rule of the land … the voices of a generation have banded together to give our planet what it needs…BABY DRAG QUEENS!”
You can watch the full cringe-worthy trailer below:
The second show is called “Super Drags,”, a new Netflix series about a band of superhero drag queens.
“By night, they tighten up their corsets and transform into the baddest SUPER DRAGS in town, ready to combat shade and rescue the world’s glitter from the evil villains,” the preview states. “Get ready, because the SUPER DRAGS are going deeper than you think.”
See the trailer:
In a piece for The American Conservative, author Rod Dreher called the shows “woke pederasty.”
“Netflix is turning drag queens into animated superheroes, and RuPaul’s streaming service is turning drag queens into child superheroes,” Dreher warns.
“You might think — I certainly hope you think — that your child will not be exposed to this filth,” he continues, “The thing is, your child, and all of us, have to live in a world in which this is normal, and in which the popular culture thinks that dressing little boys up like sexually provocative women is not only permissible but a sign of cultural progress.”
Dreher notes that these shows are not the first programs to glorify and normalize drag queens as things like “Drag Queen Story Hours” have already been held in libraries all across America.
Other Western countries have introduced similar programs in which they try to normalize the idea of drag queens.
“For me, the project is about drag queens providing fun and inclusive reading for children about issues around misogyny, homophobia, racism, LGBTQ and gender fluidity in a way which they can understand,” said 25-year-old Tom Canham, the founder of Drag Queen Story Time.
Dreher, the author of the bestselling book, “The Benedict Option,” urges Christians to withdraw from what he calls “decadent culture.” He also encourages believers to “build ourselves up, teach those who are willing to be taught, and then build our versions of abbeys, to which Christians struggling in the world can rely on to form their own children.”
“If not now, you conservative Christian readers, then when? What’s it going to take for you to get serious?” he asks.
Acculturated author Amelia Hamilton has also warned of the dangers of normalizing drag queens. She argues that even if the point of exposing children to cross-dressers is to open their minds to new ideas, “it is clear that the events skew in a particular political direction.”
“As the author of two patriotic (and apolitical) children’s books, I can attest to the fact that the left is highly suspicious of exposing children to anything that could potentially be considered conservative,” Hamilton said of Drag Queen Story Time.
These latest shows not the first to introduce the idea of cross-dressing, as Disney XD channel introduced their first “boy princess” in an episode of “Star vs. The Forces of Evil,” in November 2017. As this disturbing trend continues, parents need to be aware of the efforts that are being made to introduce children to harmful ideologies and take responsible actions to protect them.
(H/T: Christian Post)