Drag Queens Highlight International Family Equality Day in Chicago

Nick Kangadis | May 7, 2018
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“Mommy, why does that lady have a beard?”

“Because radical liberals have made America a place where anything goes, even in front of children.”

That might have been an exchange between some parents and their children on Sunday at the Chicago Children’s Museum at Navy Pier in Chicago for International Family Equality Day.

If you want your young child to know as much as possible about how to be “tolerant” and “inclusive” — and how not to be a racist, bigoted homophobe, as liberals like to call anyone who doesn’t fall in lockstep with their agenda — let two drag queens read to your children all about how to be different in their narrative-based children’s books.

Here’s a video covering the event:


Look, if you want to be proud of being a drag queen, gay, trans or whatever else, have at it. It’s good to have healthy self-esteem. But, why is it that they — and by “they,” I mean radical liberals promoting any adult topic — always have to push adult themes onto children?

As I’ve always said, just let kids be kids. Stop trying to make them “woke.”

International Family Equality Day “Celebrates the Diversity of Families globaly [sic],” according to the organization’s website.

H/T: CBS 2 - Chicago

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