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Oh well... life is a drag! As a visual artist when I was younger, I've wanted to look like my androgynous idols of the 80's New Wave era like Gary Numan, Philip Oakey of The Human League, Steve Strange of Visage, etc... I was in a «trans», those superstars have hypnotized me... well, I was more exploring my feminine side but I was still a man. It was only theatrical. Nowadays, all we hear about is transgenders and Drag Queens, I'm totally against that agenda who is forced on us to kill the real human nature. We are really assisting to the end of our world as we used to know it.
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I talk a little about my own childhood and how my mother raised me as a girl and of course I also talk about Desmond and why he will always remain amazing - ESPECIALLY when people stop calling him that and he manages to truly find his own way and truly chooses his own identity no matter what people say or think!
Critical review of trailer videos from Frontline and CBC. Frontline: Dancing Boys of Afghanistan CBC: Kids Explain Drag Afghanistan Canada ménage et égalité See Anni Cyrus explain the rape of boys in the Sura of Islam: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-5hy9PSdAU
If the video doesn't play, watch my new version of this video: https://www.bitchute.com/video/peTUFoSy3PYK/ Desmond is amazing because he spontaneously and completely without the influence of his mom (who just coincidentally happens to be into this stuff) decided to become gay and a drag queen at the age of 2. And because of that his mom and everyone around him keep telling him that he is amazing because he is standing up for his sexuality and gender identity against all odds and against all the people around him and in his family that oppose him - oh wait, they all actually want him to be that way and keep telling that he is amazing because of it. But I am sure should he one day decide on a gender identity that his family doesn't want him to have, they will be equally supportive and affirming, right?
As "Pride Month" draws to a close, it would be nice to get some answers about the finer points of what it was all about. I am guessing even some gay folks have the same questions I present here. You got to admit, there seems to be a massive incoherence among the LGBTQ(etc.) movement-- indeed, debate as to whether or not that barrage of letters even counts as a movement at all. I'd just like to lay out 5 questions that you may have already had, so that we might get some answers in the comments and replies-- though I'm not holding my breath. God forbid we should have a levelheaded discussion about this, attempting to spark one might get me censored, sued, or worse. What a world.