A museum in Seattle is holding a week-long summer camp this year for kids 12-18 years old who are aspiring drag queens.
Yes, this is real. Welcome to Seattle.
They call it "Drag-Tastic Summer Camp," but I think a better name might be a "Groomer-iffic Camp For Confused Minors" because that's exactly what's going on here, make no mistake.
From Fox News:
The event, titled "Drag-tastic Summer Camp: The Art of Drag," is being offered by the Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle, Washington, and states that individuals ages 12 to 18 years old can attend.
The week-long camp will give individuals ages 12 to 18 the chance to "investigate drag history," while also creating drag "personas."
Yeah, this is like those sex-ed camps we reported on a few weeks ago. The good news is that it's voluntary and kids aren't required by their schools to attend (for now).
The bad news is that apparently there are actual parents out there that would send their kids to these sexualized drag queen events aimed at creating confusion and sexually grooming children.
Here's how they market this drag camp:
"Calling all current and future kings and queens! Explore self-expression in MoPOP's week-long, drag-tastic summer camp! Led by Seattle performer Joshua Hancock, you'll investigate drag history and work together with local artists to create your own personas..."
"You'll choose your name, explore hair and makeup techniques, and develop your character's stage presence," the description states.
At the end of the camp, participants will get to "celebrate" the new "drag personas with a private showcase."
So, this locally famous drag star is going to be teaching kids about drag, and helping them create their own "drag personas."
I don't even know what a "private showcase" means, but it most definitely does not sound like a good thing.
This goes more than a few steps beyond drag queen story hour in our nation's current slide toward hell.
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