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Apparently Ru Paul poses a threat to children

According to American Family Association (an anti-LGBT hate group), exposing children to drag queens could turn them from straight to gay. I sent AFA an email inquiring how much drag exposure is required and how much time (on average) is necessary for the kid to become gay. They have not blessed me with the courtesy of a reply. Perhaps hate group leader Tim Wildmon is consulting religious texts for answers. As a kid I watched plenty of John Wayne and it didn’t turn me straight. The mechanics of conversion must operate like a one-way valve.

According to AFA’s blog:

Adding more controversial programming to its lineup this year, Netflix – along with another network – has announced plans to air a new animated series about cross-dressing drag queens to introduce, desensitize or incite children to the homosexual lifestyle.

“Introduce?” Presumably even these fuckwits know that there are gay people in the world. “Desensitize?” If that means making kids less likely to be bigots I am all for it. “Incite?” There is a downside to believing your own bullshit over medical science. You become prone to advancing thoroughly idiotic ideas. Not to mention that a sexual orientation is not a lifestyle.

These people must want to be deemed a hate group in perpetuity:

The sexual and perverted nature of Netflix’s and the World of Wonder channel’s disturbing cartoons has spurred Christian entertainment and movie critics to send out a warning to parents.

An expert opinion:

“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 advised. “Two new shows coming this year are pushing cross-dressing lifestyles on children.”

MovieGuide is Ted Behr’s silly enterprise rating the Christian wholesomeness of movies. Their review of RBG is entertaining:

If you are like me you might wonder about the heavy violence.

Dominant Worldview and Other Worldview Content/Elements: Very strong humanist, politically correct, radical feminist worldview supporting the extremist, left-leaning, totalitarian politics of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, with some light moral elements featuring Ginsburg fighting for justice and equal dignity and rights for all people;

Foul Language: No foul language;

Violence: No depicted violence but a strong, horrendous defense (filled with shallow and misleading platitudes) is made for abortion, the murder of innocent little babies;

How can I possibly top that with sarcasm?

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By David Cary Hart

Retired CEO. Formerly a W.E. Deming-trained quality-management consultant. Now just a cranky Jewish queer. Gay cis. He/Him/His.