RuPaul's DragCon encourages children to 'explore their gender and authentic selves'

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Ru Paul’s DragCon came to Los Angeles over the weekend where reporter Kalen D’Almeida of TPUSA’s Frontlines asked attendees how they would “rate a drag kid” on a scale of 1, meaning “no drag kids at all, to 10 or “drag kids are gods and we should worship them.”

“They’re so amazing,” one tall drag queen told D’Almeida. “It’s not even measurable. I’d say a 100. The drag kids are so empathetic, so loving and so kind. They are our future and I’m so proud to be a part of it. Period.” 

In a statement to The Post Millennial, D’Almeida said, “RuPaul called drag queens the ‘marines of the LGBTQ’ and he’s 100 percent right. If the agenda is to scramble and blur the lines between male and female, boy and girl, then drag queens use costumes and performance to capture the innocent minds of the youth to further propagate that agenda.”

Two costumed attendees going by the names Jingle and Tingle told D’Almeida they would rate drag kids “two times infinity” and the “highest you can possibly go.”

Another said the kids should get a 10 rating because “I’m wearing a skirt” and the next person said “10, I know I’m wearing assless chaps right. F*ck it. I feel sexy in it.”

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