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November 01, 2023
Hungary Protects Kids From Drag Queen Exhibit Under LGBTQ+ Content Regulation
The left is, for some reason, obsessed with creating a whole generation of kids to fight in their drag army. Fortunately, Hungary will not allow this attempted assault on innocence as they reject the left's demands of embracing falsehoods.
The Hungarian government is protecting kids by barring them from visiting this year's World Press Photo exhibition in Budapest after Hungary's government determined that some of its photos violate a law restricting LGBT content.
Take notes, America.
Fortunately, there is at least one country in the world with some dignity left. But for some reason, most media outlets have determined that this is somehow a bad thing.
A set of five photos by Filipino photojournalist Hannah Reyes Morales led one lawmaker to file a complaint with the country’s cultural ministry, which found that they violated a Hungarian law that prohibits the display of such content to minors.
A set of photos on display at the exhibit depict the “Golden Gays of Manila,” a collective of elderly gay men who dress in drag for pageants.
Hungarian law bans minors from consuming media or attending events that promote the alphabet mob.
According to Fox News, Hungarian lawmaker Dora Duro was one of the individuals who reported the exhibit after visiting.
"How the LGBTQ minority lives is not the biggest problem in the world," Duro said of LGBT censorship laws. "What we see as normal, what we depict, and what we convey to (children) as valuable influences them, and this exhibition is clearly harmful to minors and, I think, to adults too."
As sensible as this restriction and her comments are, some people are “shocked.”
"The fact that there is limited access for a certain type of audience is really something that shocked us terribly," World Press Photo Executive Director Joumana El Zein Khoury said. "It’s mind-boggling that it’s this specific image, this specific story, and it’s mind-boggling that it’s happening in Europe."
Some people have their priorities so backward they even think that this law that protects children, does the opposite.
“What is harmful is limiting visibility for the LGBTQIA+ community, and their right to exist and to be seen,” Reyes Morales, the photographer, said in an emailed statement. “I am beyond saddened that their story might not reach people who need it most, saddened that their story is being kept in a shadow.”
Can someone find the right that the LGBT community has that mandates they be seen? I am having trouble finding it. Do straight people also have that right?
Each day is worse and worse as the left continues to target kids with sexual content by using tools like the media to normalize content that is not just inappropriate but confusing for them.
These days, all a kid has to do is look outside the window before their eyes are forced to witness the horrors of highly sexualized content.
Just because that sexual content depicts drags queens, that does not, or at least should not get a pass. In fact, it is even worse since it confuses the crap out of kids and promotes degenerate and misogynic views.
Celebrating LGBT content compels kids to construct their own identity and harms them. Given the sexualized infiltration of all spaces, kids need protection now more than ever.