“Drag is not dangerous”

Last week :

“Drag is not dangerous: How exposing your kids to drag performance can be a good thing”

Drag is not dangerous: How exposing your kids to drag performance can be a good thing | Salon.com

This week :

“Seven people were killed in the tragedy along the Fourth of July parade route in the suburban Chicago city of Highland Park”

“The shooter who allegedly opened fire on the Highland Park Fourth of July parade was dressed in women’s clothing to disguise himself and aid his escape — then ran home to his mother, police said Tuesday.”

Highland Park parade shooting suspect Robert Crimo wore women’s clothing: cops

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3 Responses to “Drag is not dangerous”

  1. Thomas Fowler says:

    The Salon article is something straight out of Sodom and Gomorrah, like so much of what we see today in press. While we don’t know yet how much Crimo was influenced by this kind of thing, he clearly had a lot of problems and had gone far down a dark road.

  2. Ron says:

    I gotta ask, why do these drag queens want an audience of children? What do children bring to the table?

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