California lawmaker proposes ‘Drag Queen 101’ class for K-12 students

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California lawmaker Scott Wiener proposes ‘Drag Queen 101’ class for K-12 students

After reviewing videos showing the sexualization and abuse of minors forced to attend a “child friendly” drag show held at a Dallas, TX, gay bar titled “Drag the Kids to Pride,” a Texas state representative announced plans to file legislation banning drag shows from having children in their audience. In response to the Texas legislation, California state senator Scott Wiener proposed “Drag Queen 101” curriculum for K-12 students in the Golden State.

Both announcements were made on Twitter (via The Post Millennial):

In response to a Texas state representative announcing that he will file legislation to ban drag shows from having children in their audience, California state senator Scott Wiener proposed offering drag queen curriculum in schools.

Responding to a tweet from Rep. Bryan Slaton of Texas in which he announced the legislation, Wiener wrote, “This guy just gave me a bill idea: Offering Drag Queen 101 as part of the K-12 curriculum. Attending Drag Queen Story Time will satisfy the requirement.”

“The events of this past weekend were horrifying and show a disturbing trend in which perverted adults are obsessed with sexualizing young children,” Slaton wrote.

The announcement came in response to a “family friendly” drag show that was held in Houston over the weekend, where children were allowed to take the stage and perform at the bar. (Emphasis mine)

The June 4 event held at “Mr. Misster” featured “child friendly” signs that read “It’s not gonna lick itself” and “I licked it so it’s mine,” and children who “want to be a diva.” were invited up to the stage to parade along with the drag queens.

This isn’t the first time California state senator Scott Weiner, the homosexual politician representing San Francisco — aka the 12th congressional district represented by Nancy Pelosi in Washington — has openly supported sexually exploiting children — he’s been more than willing to use his position to further the LGBT agenda.

In 2019, Scott Wiener and other Democrat members of the LGBT Legislative Caucus in California introduced legislation (SB-145) “to end blatant discrimination against LGBT young people regarding California’s sex offender registry” because straight young people who engaged in sex with minors weren’t required to register as sex offenders, but LGBT youth were.

Weiner and the LGBT Caucus weren’t interested in finding ways to effectively punish sexual assault on children. Instead, since homosexual sex with a minor was no different than heterosexual sex with a minor in their eyes, they merely wanted to change existing law to allow an LGBT child molester to avoid registering as a sex offender.

Of course, passing a law that punished both heterosexuals AND homosexuals equally for having sex with children would fix the problem, but that wouldn’t advance the LGBT agenda now, would it?

Last month, a coalition of lawmakers representing 19 states were busy working on ways to essentially mandate “gender affirming care” for transgender children by drafting template legislation based on a bill already introduced in California.

Scott Wiener, the homosexual politician representing San Francisco — aka the 12th congressional district represented by Nancy Pelosi in Washington — originated the multi-state effort supported by the LGBTQ Victory Institute and other advocates of the LGBT agenda.

“Starting with our legislation in California, we are building a coordinated national legislative campaign by LGBTQ lawmakers — a rainbow wall — to provide refuge for trans kids and their families,” Wiener said. “We’re making it crystal clear: We won’t let trans kids be belittled, used as political pawns, separated from their families, or denied gender-affirming care.”

Scott Wiener’s “Drag Queen 101” curriculum proposal is only the latest example of how California is promoting the sexualization and abuse of children.

California is also home to AB 1184, a law that makes it easier to sexually exploit children in secret by forcing insurance companies to conceal from parents the medical services their children are receiving, including abortion and gender-affirming treatments like puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones.

AB 1184 prohibits insurance companies from requiring minors to receive authorization from the policy-holding parents for “sensitive services.” The law defines “sensitive” services as “mental or behavioral health, sexual and reproductive health, sexually transmitted infections, substance use disorder, gender-affirming care, and intimate partner violence.” The phrase “gender-affirming” care includes gender-transition treatments for transgenderism.

Further, the law requires the insurance company to “direct all communications” about the service to the child and prohibits the company from disclosing the information to the parents unless the child allows it.

With the voluntary and politically motivated assistance of the courts and the Republican Party, along with faux conservatives in the evangelical community and the media, the LGBT army steadily marches on toward the goal of legally mandating the acceptance and normalization of their deviant lifestyle.

By the way, I’m often called a homophobe and hater for using the word deviant to describe the LGBT community. But as a believer in the power and meaning of words, deviant is the perfect description according to Collins English Dictionary.

Deviant (adj): behavior or thinking different from what people normally consider to be acceptable.
Deviance (noun): sexual deviance, including the abuse of children.

Of course, there are those who will reject my opinions concerning the LGBT agenda as mere conjecture or the phobic rantings of a Christian conservative, but real-world examples like Scott Wiener and his “Drag Queen 101” proposal for K-12 students — along with his decriminalizing homosexual pedophiles and mandating gender-affirming care — continue to validate my conclusions.


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