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Oct 17 2021

Drag Pageant During High School Halftime

Progressivism must always progress to ever more appalling extremes of moonbattery. What comes next after male homecoming queens? How about drag pageants during halftime at high school football games:

A Vermont high school homecoming football game turned into a “drag ball” runway at halftime, with a mix of students and faculty members parading in gowns, wigs and makeup — and a big crowd in rainbow colors to cheer them on.

“Things went amazing,” Ezra Totten, student leader of the Gender Sexuality Alliance at Burlington High School, said of Friday night’s event, which also included participants from South Burlington High School.

About 30 students and faculty members participated in the public endorsement of depravity.

Performers paraded and danced to show support for LGBTQ people. They also lip-synced to singer Todrick Hall’s “Rainbow Reign.”

The spectacle was the brainchild of English teacher Andrew LeValley.

LeValley joined students on the runway, dressed in a Shakespearean burgundy gown and a wig. He said he was inspired by Lady Macbeth and Marie Antoinette.

The reference to Marie Antoinette may be more appropriate than he realizes.

The moonbattery is intersectional:

Athletic Director Quaron Pinckney suggested that the show be held at homecoming.

Pinckney, who is Black, said that the school gave him the space to “uplift my voice” and that he was able to reciprocate and “uplift the voices of another marginalized group…”

LGBT deviants comprise a tiny percentage of the population, yet are so politically powerful that they have been able to impose a redefinition of marriage. No one in the mainstream dares complain about the way they are debasing American society, because cancelation would be instant, ruthless, and absolute. This means the LGBTers are literally the least marginalized people in the country.

Second least marginalized are blacks, who make up 13% of the population but at least half of the faces in advertising, who receive all manner of special favoritism at everyone else’s expense, and who are also immune from criticism.

Lauren McBride, principal of Burlington High School, said she heard a dad talking to his two sons at the game who didn’t know that the drag ball was going to be the halftime show.

She heard him explaining to them what dressing in drag means, “and it was like, ‘This is really cool,’” she said.

The social engineering will not stop progressing until leftists encounter sufficient pushback.

On a tip from Wiggins.


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