Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture is offering a creepy summer camp for $400 a pop. Disney must be kicking themselves for not thinking of it first.
We’re supposed to say that teaching kids to dress up as a parody of the opposite sex is right, good, and positive. But would they say the same thing if this camp was inviting white kids to ‘find themselves’ by dressing up in blackface?
Because, as ClashDaily has reported, the history of Drag Queens and Blackface both spring from the same source. Drag Queens: Feminine Appreciation Or Female ‘Minstrel Shows’?
Whatever happened to all those encouragements we used to offer young teens to ‘be yourself’ and ‘be happy with who you are’? Do we not do that anymore?
For the ‘bargain’ price of ‘only’ $400, parents in Seattle can teach their kids (ages 12-18) to pretend to be someone they’re not. In the fullest sense of the word.
At exactly the moment in a kid’s life when figuring out your place in the world becomes the most difficult to navigate, a Seattle Summer Camp wants to teach your wee ones to be someone they aren’t… by developing their very own ‘drag’ persona.
The ‘Art of Drag’ camp description states: ‘Calling all current and future kings and queens! Explore self-expression in MoPOP’s week-long, drag-tastic summer camp!
‘Led by Seattle performer Joshua Hancock, you’ll investigate drag history and work together with local artists to create your own personas.
‘You’ll choose your name, explore hair and makeup techniques, and develop your character’s stage presence.
‘At the end of the week, celebrate your new drag personas with a private showcase!’
The event is open to ‘Youth of all gender expressions and identities’. — DailyMail
Why are so many parents incredibly sensitive about this topic?
Well… this might have something to do with it: VIDEO: Drag Queen Confesses To ‘GROOMING Next Generation’ During His ‘Story Hours’
When we reply to Disney’s creepy activism in Florida with ‘Ok, Groomer’, THIS is what we mean.
What will it take for these creepy activists to step back and just let the kids be kids?
If that election in Virginia was any indication?
The first step will be getting parents to step up.
Maybe it’s time we start calling these mistrel shows by their proper name.
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This is a great gift for the prayer warriors. Real. Raw. Relevant.