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Leftists Abuse Down Syndrome People

17 August 2019 @ 16:42

Disturbing — but, sadly, not surprising news — out of Michigan.

From Life Site, Doug Mainwaring reporting, we learn [tip of the fedora to Kathy Shaidle]:

A public art event in Grand Rapids, Michigan next month will feature men and women with Down syndrome performing as “drag queens” and “drag kings.”

A drag group known as “Drag Syndrome” is comprised of performers with Down syndrome, and is an LGBT activist’s attempt to promote so-called “inclusion.”…

The organizers of the show…are defending the event.

“We sought them out because they are at the very highest level of disability drag,” said event organizer Jill Vyn of DisArt, a Grand Rapids organization that connects art and people with disabilities.

“Drag has never only been about sexuality,” DisArt co-founder Christopher Smit said [BB: ‘never only‘ — so it is, at least, partially]. “Drag is about gender performance, drag is about expression. Drag is also about ridding the culture of really damaging stereotypes.”

Drag queen shows largely consist of men dressing as women in order to mock stereotypes of womanhood and femininity.

Of course.

From WebMD:

Mental Symptoms

Down syndrome also affects a person’s ability to think, reason, understand, and be social. The effects range from mild to moderate. Children with Down syndrome often take longer to reach important goals like crawling, walking, and talking. As they get older, it may take more time before they get dressed and use the toilet on their own. And in school, they may need extra help with things like learning to read and write.

Some also have problems with behavior – they may not pay attention well, or they can be obsessive about some things. That’s because it’s harder for them to control their impulses, relate to others, and manage their feelings when they get frustrated.
As adults, people with Down syndrome may learn to decide many things on their own, but will likely need help with more complex issues like birth control or managing money. Some may go to college, while others will need more day-to-day care.

More from Life Site:

Viewers of the show, who know that those with Down syndrome did not conceive and put together this troupe on their own, will be left to wonder to what extent, if any, those with Down syndrome who are participating in this event are being exploited by activists to unsuspectingly push the LGBT agenda.

As Dad Kurt Michaels remarks

Pam Crouch is spot-on:

No because the Leftist must invade every nook and cranny of a Culture, to Corrupt it, to Soil it.

People with Down Syndrome remain child-like for their lives, so this is Child Abuse.

This is also The Left looking for easy ways to Pollute and Defile our population through our most Vulnerable of people.


God have Mercy on their Souls — I won’t.

  1. zayne permalink
    22 August 2019 @ 17:25 17:25

    I don’t want to come off as that guy. But, as someone who reads most everything posted on here, and who frankly doesn’t care about how others live their lives, you are factually incorrect about a few things. I’ll elaborate. Drag as an art, has “never only” been about sexual stuff because, like with every artform in all of existence, there is a small pocket of those who add a sexual touch (think mona lisa, most paintings during Renaissance period, any play by Shakespeare). It is because psychologically, as proven by Freud, people are driven toward sexual aspects of things. With that said, I have also seen a Disart show during my research for this comment. These entertainers are not promoting anything sexual. They are creating characters for themselves, and acting those roles out on stage to music. I also have family with down syndrome, and have done a fair amount of research on this as well, in relation to drag syndrome. Their entertainers are all volunteering their time to do this, and are regularly checked up on to ensure that they understand entirely what they are doing. If you have seen any video interviews of the performers, they explain with clear understanding that they do these shows to A.) share their art. And B.) find a community of lgbtq people who also have disabilities so that they have friends that are like them. It is very dangerous and destructive thinking to dumb down the mental capability of those with Down Syndrome to push a 1 sided agenda. Also as a side note, drag is no longer about men being women for a few bucks (which nobody complained about being done in theatre for centuries but that isn’t my business). It is solely about creating an alter ego (be it male, female, or genderless ones ((ones that dress like characters or creatures)), and using said ego to create entertainment art or political art (for both left and right wings audiences.. google Lady Maga… yeah.. both sides play that game). This entire post is very factually misleading and made to skew audience opinion, rather than understanding the demographic being spoken about and writing a poorly done article. Like I said i’m entirely neutral, politically neutral, etc. I just prefer facts in my articles and not opinions.


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