Texas lawmaker wants to protect children by banning them from attending these adult themed shows

Children in the United States are the victims of constant barrages of woke indoctrination. 

If it’s not teachers at school pushing Critical Race Theory or gender-bending propaganda, it’s Hollywood. 

Now, one Texas lawmaker wants to put a stop to young kids attending these adult themed live events. 

Hey, media, leave our kids alone!

Recently, as part of its Pride Month Celebration, Disney+ aired a This is Me drag queen show. 

In addition to the streaming special, the company is selling merchandise with proceeds being donated to GLSEN (pronounced “glisten”), a lobbying firm with the goal of pushing an LGBT curriculum in the government school system. 

Back in 2020, Disney donated $100,000 to GLSEN in support of their work as part of that year’s “Pride Month.”

Disney isn’t alone pushing the drag lifestyle on kids during Pride Month. 

Discovery+ also wanted in on the action. 

They’ve launched a show hosted by Tyra Banks called Generation Drag

It goes a step further than Disney’s drag show – Generation Drag features drag performers aged from 8-18. 

From live streaming to live living

And this isn’t just playing out on our televisions. 

Libraries across the country are hosting “Drag Queen Story Hours” – where perverted drag queens in full dress and makeup read LGBT propaganda stories to kids as young as pre-school. 

In early June, a gay bar in Dallas, Texas hosted a drag show aimed at children, titled, “Drag the Kids to Pride.” 

Children were encouraged to strut their stuff on stage with the queens – who were dressed in sexually overt outfits. 

If that weren’t disturbing enough, some parents green-lit their incredibly young children giving the queens money – as if they were in a strip club. 

The bar even had fun, neon signs, reading, “It’s not going to lick itself,” and “I licked it, so it’s mine.” 

In response, Texas State Rep. Bryan Slaton (R) is introducing legislation specifically barring minors from attending drag shows. 

“Drag shows are no place for a child,” Rep. Slaton tweeted. “I would never take my children to a drag show. And I know Speaker Dade Phelan and my Republican colleagues wouldn’t either.”

Little less talk and a lot more action

Slaton’s bill will be up for consideration in Texas’ next legislative session, which begins in January of 2023, unless Governor Greg Abbott calls a special session in the meantime. 

“The events of this past weekend were horrifying and show a disturbing trend in which perverted adults are obsessed with sexualizing young children,” Slaton said. 

Slaton also plans to stand against “sex-change therapies” for children during the next legislative session.  

“I promised my voters that I would stand up for their values and fight to protect Texas kids,” Slaton said. “I was re-elected on that promise and I intend to keep it by authoring legislation to defend kids from being subjected to drag shows and other inappropriate events. I look forward to working with my colleagues to pass this important legislation.”

Gov. Abbott and Lone Star State Attorney General Ken Paxton have indicated they plan to investigate parents who facilitate medicalized gender transition for minors, including puberty blockers that stunt growth and natural development, gender mutilation surgeries, mastectomies for healthy girls, and cross-sex hormones.

Should young children be allowed at drag queen shows?