Earlier this week, a local TV station in Grand Rapids, Michigan published a report about a public art event scheduled to be held in their town, one which would feature men and women taking the stage as “drag kings” and “drag queens.” This is disgusting and abhorrent enough, but as is so often the case with these situations, it gets worse: The drag performers are Down Syndrome patients and are part of a group known as Drag Syndrome, an attempt by one twisted LGBT activist to promote his definition of “inclusion.” The event is called Project 1 and is being coordinated by ArtPrize and DisArt.
You might remember first hearing about Drag Syndrome last year whey they stirred up debate throughout London and other various parts of Europe with their controversial shows. According to the group’s official Instagram page, they market themselves as being “Freshly fierce!” (whatever that means) and also brag about having “Highly addictive drag queens & kings with Down-Syndrome.” Much like any other drag show, the performances feature song and dance routines by men wearing women’s clothing, eyeliner, ridiculous wigs, and even fake breasts in a few cases. The women don men's apparel and fake beards. The only difference, of course, is that Drag Syndrome is the first and only of its kind in which the entire troupe is comprised of mentally-handicapped entertainers.
Back in May, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) showcased the group in a brief video, explaining how they were brought together by choreographer and Creative Director Daniel Vais in an effort to “provide a platform for performers with learning disabilities and to challenge stereotypes.”
Somehow, it continues to get worse. Jill Vyn, Managing Director of DisArt, says, “We sought them [Drag Syndrome] out because they are at the very highest level of disability drag…We recognize that not everyone is going to love this show, not everyone is going to think it’s for them. And that’s OK.” Translation: We know we’re going to get a ton of criticism for this because it’s psychotic, wrong, and evil, but we don’t really care so long as our political and ideological agendas are promoted.
It should go without saying that people with Down Syndrome are typically unable to comprehend the ramifications of their decisions or to know why they’re doing what they’re doing. In fact, WebMD puts it this way: “Down syndrome…affects a person’s ability to think, reason, understand, and be social. The effects range from mild to moderate.” I have a friend in the medical field who has personally worked with Down Syndrome patients and other extremely intellectually challenged individuals. I can’t tell you how often she has told me that these patients feed on what she refers to as the 3-A’s: acknowledgement, affirmation, and attention. In other words, if you can assure them that they’re loved and safe or that they’ll be favored in some way, you can practically get them to do anything — whether it’s walking on all fours and mooing like a cow or dressing up like the opposite gender and engaging in sexually suggestive dance choreography in front of a bunch of adults. Apparently soulless scumbags like Daniel Vais have chosen the latter course.
Celebration of the LGBTQ agenda is becoming shockingly commonplace in our society and often at the expense of the most innocent among us. It was only a couple of months ago that Vice sent out a tweet glorifying the sexualization of a group of pubescent and prepubescent boys, referring to the kids as “the next generation of drag queens.” And of course, there’s 11-year-old Desmond Napoles, who twerks provocatively on stages at gay nightclubs while grown men shower him in dollar bills. And let’s not forget the Drag Queen Story Hour events at local libraries where drag queens are grooming little boys into this lifestyle by teaching them to twerk or by allowing them to fall asleep in their arms.
And now they’re not only sexualizing and exploiting children, but mentally-handicapped individuals who lack the cognitive reasoning skills and social awareness to understand that they’re being used as pawns in a game of ideological chess. Ironically, these patients — because of their mental handicaps — are indeed like children themselves, which is precisely why these degenerate activists so easily take advantage of them and prey on their senses. It makes perfect sense when you really think about it. The only thing that a Down Syndrome patient knows in this situation, literally, is that it’s fun to play dress-up and dance around. Yet, much like the aforementioned children, they are completely unaware that they’re being used to promote an agenda and simultaneously fulfill the sexual fetishes of grown adults. It was only a matter of time before trans-activists went after them. The whole thing is grotesque, morbid, sickening, heartbreaking, and utterly depraved.
Everything about this only serves to further promote the tolerance and acceptance of the sexual exploitation of children and intellectually-disabled individuals in our society. Those who push this mantra would never be willing to outright admit, “Yes, we want to exploit little kids and take advantage of mentally-handicapped patients for ideological and political gain, as well as to fulfill our own lewd desires and pornographic fetishes.” Alternatively, they’ll seek to lecture us on diversity and the beauty of inclusion and they’ll spend countless hours arguing that there’s nothing even remotely sexual, creepy, exploitive, or immoral about an auditorium full of adults watching a troupe of cognitively-impaired men parade around in dresses, makeup and high heels. This is what they’ve been insisting all along. “It’s all just harmless and normal,” we’ll be told.
And the second that we call them out on it, we’ll be labeled judgmental bigots and berated endlessly for daring to have a different opinion. On and on the cycle will continue, all while the children suffer and the handicapped are shamelessly manipulated and controlled by psychopathic monsters.