Canadian state media is promoting the trend of child drag queens, where children are encouraged to sexualize themselves for the enjoyment of members of the LGBT community, including sexual predators.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) will be broadcasting the documentary, Drag Kids to encourage other children to adopt this depraved lifestyle in the name of tolerance and diversity.
In a promotional clip, the children are shown gyrating their scantily-clad bodies in provocative dance moves. One of the child drag queens is the infamous Lactacia, a 10-year-old boy who posed for a photo shoot next to a naked man.
What’s it like to be a KID #DRAGQUEEN? 👠💄🌈 @CBCKidsNews spoke with the four stars of CBC’s new #DragKids documentary to find out what #drag is, and why they do it. #lgbtq #queer #kiddragqueen @cbcdocs pic.twitter.com/Mip5pZMOjE
— CBC Kids News (@CBCKidsNews) July 4, 2019
“Drag is super-duper fluid and there’s a lot to it, so I think that it shouldn’t just be limited to a certain group of people,” says the 12-year-old Bracken Hanke of Vancouver, who is a self-described “hyper Queen” that is profiled in the documentary.
“Drag is an expression that should be for everyone. And also I like to surprise people,” he added.
The film’s director Megan Wennberg admits that her agenda is to break down traditional gender roles and confuse young people with her documentary.
“Adults watching it have a real tendency to project onto the kids. And that’s coming from them, that’s not coming from the kids. Whatever people want to project onto them is really about what their experiences maybe are, or their fears are,” Wennberg told Huffington Post Canada.
“Anyone who is intolerant of this without watching it and learning about it is just scared and should maybe look at what they’re scared of. There’s nothing scary about a boy in a dress. That’s not scary, it’s great,” she added.
Meanwhile, Christian pastors are getting arrested on the Canadian streets for merely preaching the word of Christ in the vicinity of reprobates.
A Christian pastor named David Lynn was arrested and charged with disturbing the peace with “derogatory comments” last month for preaching the word of God on a street corner at Church-Wellesley Village in Toronto, ON.
He was harassed by a mob of LGBT activists, and then arrested by law enforcement and hauled off in handcuffs – in a grim sign of what is to come under the leftist regime of tolerance and diversity.
“It’s unfortunate that I am subject to this kind of discrimination and bullying and marginalization simply for saying God loves you, there is hope for you, I accept you and tolerate you. I shouldn’t be in this position, I didn’t do anything illegal,” Lynn said following his arrest.