‘Drag Is a Right’: Kevin Bacon Berated After Posting ‘Cringe’ Fundraising Video

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“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the ability to bring your 6-year-old to a drag brunch where a queen who goes by the stage name Sinnclaire Louisah performs a sexually explicit dance for children.”

Not really how you remember the Declaration of Independence beginning, no? I guess Kevin Bacon must have skipped civics while he was busy filming “Footloose” because he seems to believe that “drag is a right” and that statewide bans on sexually provocative drag performances for minors somehow abrogates that right.

In a series of cringe social media videos, Bacon called drag “a centuries-old art form of creativity, expression, and self-exploration” and “an opportunity to educate through entertainment.”

To support those fighting bans against drag shows for kids, he posted another video of him doing a corny dance in unison with wife Kyra Sedgwick. I’m as perplexed by the logic of that one as you’ll be when you see it, but I can only assume there’s an implied quid pro quo there: If conservatives stop attempting to ban children from seeing adult entertainment, America and the world will never have to be subjected to Bacon and Sedgewick trying to imitate a viral TikTok dance trend again.

Anyhow, here’s Bacon’s video from last week, telling us all how the right to drag is under threat:

“Drag is an art, and drag is a right,” Bacon said. “Drag is a centuries-old art form of creativity, expression, and self-exploration.

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