When parents fail to parent, sometimes the state has to step in. It’s not an ideal scenario, but then again, neither is a child gyrating his or her hips at a bar, to the catcalls and jeers of adult perverts, all excused as “normal” and/or “beautiful” simply because a child is cross-dressing. Any parent who endorses such behavior should, in my opinion, be nailed to the front of a car and beaten. Just in case you were wondering where I stand on the matter. Ohio state representatives are stepping in after a 9-year-old boy dressed in drag performed at a Lancaster bar, where no apparent law was broken. Aside from the most basic law of nature of a mother protecting her young.
From Dayton Daily News:
A Toledo area 9-year-old boy performing in drag at a Lancaster bar prompted an Ohio lawmaker to introduce a bill to expand the definition of child endangerment.
State Rep. Tim Schaffer, R-Lancaster, introduced House Bill 180 to prohibit a performance in a bar where a child simulates sexual activity. The business could lose its liquor license and the parent could face misdemeanor criminal charges, if the bill becomes law.
Good. Except I want felony charges for both parties involved. If a parent sells his or her child for sexual entertainment: felony and prison time. If a bar or nightclub hires a child to perform for sexual entertainment, felony and prison time. Maybe there should be special prison uniforms given to people who thought selling kids as sex objects was a decent idea. You know, give these people a way to stand out in the clink.
The kid who performed at the bar, Jacob Measley, has been performing drag for a few months after watching RuPaul’s Drag Race with mother of the year, Jerri. No mention of a father in the Dayton article, imagine my shock. Why a 9-year-old boy is watching Drag Race at all, that’s another question. But anyone can procreate these days, no intelligence or apparent interest in morality, required. Related: Father Shares Heartbreaking Story of Son Who’s Transitioning. And He’s Powerless to Stop It.
Video of a Dec. 1, 2018 performance at JD Hendersons bar in Lancaster led to complaints and an investigation by Lancaster police and state agencies, said Lancaster Mayor David Scheffler. No law violations were found, he said.
Right, so new laws need to be created to protect children from their crappy parents, or mostly crappy moms who weren’t interested in keeping a man around, or couldn’t keep a man around. I truly hope this legislation passes and other states follow suit. Related: Parents of 11-Year Old Drag Kid Desmond is Amazing Share Results of Protective Services Investigation.
Also, you parents pushing this transgenderism crap on young children are some of the worst human beings on this planet. May God give you exactly what you deserve.