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May 08 2019

Converse Exploits “Drag Kid” Desmond Napoles

It seemed no one could surpass Nike as the last company a countermoonbat would buy shoes from. But Converse has jumped ahead in the race to the absolute bottom:

Converse has announced the release of a new line of shoes celebrating LGBT culture alongside a marketing campaign featuring characters of various sexual orientations, including an 11-year-old ‘drag kid’ who goes by the stage name ‘Desmond Is Amazing.’

The liberal agenda could not be stated more explicitly regarding the progressive war on normalcy:

Desmond is highlighted on the Converse website wearing a flamboyant outfit and make-up, striking a dramatic dance pose alongside a quote stating, “There is no normal.”

Or at least, there won’t be when social engineers have imposed utopia. It will have been denormalized. In place of the normal, we will have the politically mandatory abnormal.

Readers will recall that young Desmond Napoles — described by his parents as autistic — already has a long history of exploitation:

When we first met Desmond, he was titillating homosexuals by dancing erotically in a rainbow tutu during a New York City “pride” festival at age 8. At age 10, having come out as homosexual himself, he launched [or had launched in his name] a drag club for children. At age 11, he performed a lewd dance on Good Morning America in what may be the most profoundly disturbing episode in the history of broadcast television.

Still only 11 years old, he has now headlined an event called “Club Whoa!” at 3 Dollar Bill, a gay bar in Brooklyn. Men reportedly threw money at the boy “as he danced on the stage in a wig and sexualized clothing.”

The homosexual community and those in the media who want to advance its agenda have been wringing all they can out of Desmond. Now Corporate America wants a piece. Let’s see if homosexualizing little boys can help sell sneakers:

On a tip from Sean C.

3 Responses to “Converse Exploits “Drag Kid” Desmond Napoles”

  1. […] must not be enough Desmond Napoles to go around. The ascendant LGBT community has produced more than one grammar school drag queen. […]

  2. […] that the exploited boy at the beginning of the video is identified as Desmond Is Amazing (ie, Desmond Napoles). I identified him earlier as Nemis Quinn Mélançon-Golden (aka Lactatia), following Twitchy. […]

  3. […] corruption has already gone beyond story hour spectacles. Young boys now known as “Desmond Is Amazing” and “Queen Lactacia” have been recruited into the sick world of drag queens. […]

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