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Well, it teaches them that the world is full of freaky weirdos, which IS an important lesson, and that freaky weirdos don't always want to eat your bones. I doubt it's the best way to convey that, but I think most of the hysteria is just NAMBLA-shyre panic mongering.
If you have kids (now or in the future), talk to them about what they see and experience; raise them to be critical thinkers who can judge and discern, and they'll have far fewer problems.0
In a healthy society these faggots would be playing drag queens in a prison facility.0
What Girls & Guys Said
Totally inappropriate for kids0
I think it's fkn retarded, but you do you0
No it is a disgrace.0
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Absolutely. Kids in my city love it, and so do the Queens.
It's a chance for the Queens to use some of their more fairy tale esque costumes, and give back to the community. And the kids are often too little to know what a drag queen is or even register that's what's happening.
Kids see a fairytale princess or fairy godmother, they get a book read to them, and sometimes older kids who understand more about LGBTQ get to ask some questions they haven't felt safe asking at home or school. It's a safe environment, and most of the time it's just kids loving that a real life fairy princess is reading them a book.
It's not like seeing or interacting with a Drag Queen will make children gay or anything. If the kid is gay, they were always gonna be gay.