l was delighted when l heard today that a young man who lead a protest into a library, against drag queens reading to kids has been found dead. when l seen the footage of these pricks storming a library in front of the children they were reading to and teaching diversity, l thought, 'what a pack of useless arseholes', and l was right, as the parents of these kids wanted them to be there and wanted them exposed to diversity and all kinds of people in life. Its not up to these protestors to mar a great event, and the ring leader got what he deserved. what is wrong with people? why do these uni students think they know what is best for other peoples children and who raised these imbeciles? the point is, if you don't want your kids exposed to this, you wouldn't send them there, but these fantastic drag queens, get all their makeup and finery on, donate their precious time, provide a wonderful setting for stories, and help these kids realise that it takes all kinds to make up a community. not just straight white men and women. we are a diverse species and should celebrate the differences, not shut them off to others.. l hope it doesn't stop these wonderfully glamorous and flamboyant people, from getting out there and teaching others that they are not to be feared, but endeared by all..
l watched a special on a drag queen who moved to outback Australia, he runs a hair salon in remote places for indigenous girls and boys, he spends a week there and teaches these children its ok to be different, does it all out of the goodness of his heart, and made an entire community laugh and smile and bring out there inner glam.. at the end of the week, he held a parade for them all to show off there of hard work, and it made me feel like there are good people out there. giving time and smiles and sharing their knowledge and uniqueness.
hats off to all those drag queens that do all these wonderful things for nothing but a smile and a thankyou *Lix*