Drag Club for Children

Drag Club for Children

Remember Desmond Napoles, the kid whose parents have evidently groomed him to be homosexual at least from age 6, and who delighted the liberal media by dancing in drag during the New York City Pride March at age 8? At age 10 he is back in the news:

Desmond Napoles from Brooklyn in New York City is better known by his drag name, Desmond is Amazing. Though still quite young, he first expressed an interest in dressing up in drag as a toddler and has become somewhat of a celebrity on the drag circuit.

And he is convinced that there are more kids out there just like him. So now, the precocious youngster is launching Haus of Amazing, the ‘first and only drag club for kids,’ where no adults are allowed.

Sure, no adults are involved at all.

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Desmond’s … first big break in drag came in 2014 when he was featured in the music video for Jinkx Monsoon’s The Bacon Shake, alongside his hero RuPaul and B-52 lead singer Fred Schneider.

That was the year before he was infamously displayed at the pervert parade at age 8, which “went viral.”

Although he is an active member of the LGBTQ community, where he is involved in anti-bullying and suicide prevention (Desmond came out last year), his parents are emphatic that their son is not yet sexually active, and although he is an advocate for LGBTQ rights, he has not ‘reached the age where sexual relations are appropriate or discussed explicitly.’

That’s a relief. But how is it that a 10-year-old “came out” last year?

Regarding Haus of Amazing:

‘Stay tuned while we continue to create this positive, encouraging, and safe online community for all drag kids to connect with one another, share photos, videos, etc,’ he shared with Instagram fans.

Pederasts are standing by.

On tips from Bodhisattva and Wilberforce. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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