As the LGBTI lobby continues to attack traditional values on an international level, they have increasingly turned their focus to younger and more vulnerable groups. They spread their agenda through the educational system, interpolating identity politics into youth-focused groups and activities. The ultimate outcome? The hyper-sexualisation of children.
‘Lactatia’, an 8-year-old boy-turned-drag-queen, is the poster child for this sad reality. After actively participating in Montreal’s drag scene for more than a year, former Nemis Quinn Golden has quickly made a name in the gay community. According to the Blaze:
After taking voguing classes, Lactatia showed up at the Werq the World drag tour when it stopped in Montreal recently. At the show, Bianca del Rio — star of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” — invited Lactatia onstage where the elementary school-aged drag queen “charmed the dress off the older queen,” the Advocate reported.
During an interview with a prominent LGBTI publication, Lactatia gives conscientious Aussie viewers a look at the consequences of redefining marriage – notably, when gender is removed from the definition of marriage, it makes gender irrelevant in all of society:
“Anyone can do what they want in life,” Lactatia told LGBT in the City on camera. “It doesn’t matter what anyone else thinks. If you want to be a drag queen and your parents don’t let you, you need new parents. If you want to be a drag queen and your friends don’t let you, you need new friends.”
Lactatia told LGBT in the City that he’s been wearing dresses “and being into girls’ stuff since I was like 3.” As for the origin of his stage name, Lactatia said his sister “made it up, and we all thought it was funny.”
And who does Lactatia’s makeup? His mother, of course.
While secular culture heralds the boy as the new face of diversity and his mother as the model of parenthood, many people can see through the thin veil of glitz, glamour and politically correct ideology. And it’s a rather dark view.
Taken out of the context of the LGBTI lifestyle, Lactatia’s situation amounts to little more than child prostitution. Re-envision the scenario, but this time with Lactatia as an 8-year-old biological female dancing provocatively down a stage in gaudy makeup and clothes, while being cheered on by a crowd of 18+ males. Undoubtedly, such a performance would cause public outcry. Feminists would be up at arms for the over-sexualisation of a young female, the Department of Family and Community Services would intervene, the parents would be prescribed some sort of criminal justice, and the whole crowd would be condemned.
Take the case of a much less provocative show, such as Toddlers in Tiaras. Viewers consistently express their shock and criticism over the toddler beauty pageants, decrying the perceived objectification of toddler aged girls.
However, in the case of young Lactatia, an 8-year-old boy, such objectification is dismissed under vague terms such as ‘acceptance’, ‘equality’, and ‘gender identity’. The sexual exploitation of a young child is protected under the all-expansive umbrella of the LGBTI agenda. Whether knowingly or unknowingly, the LGBTI agenda is traversing towards the murky waters of child endangerment and sexual exploitation. One thing is certain: they know full well that they are fostering and enabling the hyper-sexualisation of children. And they care nothing for those children’s wellbeing.
Do we really want this for the children of Australia?
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