Homosexual Event Features Child Drag Queen, HIV Testing for Kids


Obama isn’t the only one who has been fundamentally transforming America. Over the weekend, the Boston Alliance of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Youth (BAGLY) and Boston Pride sponsored a Valentine’s dance for sexually confused teenagers. Here’s is how it was announced on the liberal site Socializing for Justice:

Boston Pride is hosting their very first Valentine’s Day Dance Party for LGBT Youth, hosted by Lakia Mondale (Queen of Boston Pride 2010) with a special performance by a 14 year old drag Sensation Miss Crystal Foxx and our special Guest from RuPaul’s Drag Race Stars Mystique Summers. DJ Lady Spindrift will be spinning the Hottest Latin, Hip Hop and Top 40 Music. Don’t forget your camera to snap a picture of Our stars for the night.

We are turning The Harriet Tubman House (566 Columbus Avenue, Boston) in a night club for youth aged 20 and under.

Being too young to buy beer doesn’t mean you aren’t old enough to be egged on by adults to engage in sodomy.

Don’t worry that homosexual activists are encouraging troubled teens to spread AIDS:

BAGLY will be in the house to provide HIV Testing! Know your status that night!

Meanwhile, the establishment media informs us that homosexuality is normal, and that those who disagree are intolerant haters who deserve hatred and intolerance.

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Crystal Foxx, 14-year-old drag queen.

On a tip from Wiggins. Hat tip: CNS News. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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