Hello, and welcome to ATP Report’s, Really Dumb Things, They Said. I’m Barry Nussbaum.
The Washington Post, one of the most prominent papers in the world, just published an opinion piece calling for the increased exposure of small children to sexual deviants in the article titled, “Yes, Kink Belongs at Pride, and I Want My Kids to See It.” Writer Lauren Rowello declared her support for the presence of Kingston’s professors of sexual fetishes and parades during Pride Month.
The 30 days a year are officially devoted to the celebration of LGBTQ. More specifically, she called for it in order to expose children as young as toddlers to the scope and vitality of queer life. Rowello, a self-described gender vague person married to a transgender woman, described how the couple attended a pride parade in Philadelphia.
By the way, she’s gender vague, and that means a specifically neuro virgin experience of transgender identity. I knew you wanted to know.
At one point during that parade, Rowello wrote, “Our elementary schooler pointed in the direction of oncoming floats, raising an eyebrow at a bare-chested man in dark sunglasses whose black suspenders clipped into his leather thong. The man paused to be spanked by a partner with a flag. What are they doing? My curious kid asked as our toddler cheered them on.
The pair was the first of a few dozen gangsters who danced down the street laughing together as they twirled their whips and batons. “Some were leading their companions by leashes,” Rowello continued. Question for you, America. What kind of mother thinks it’s appropriate to expose her children to human beings degrading each other with leashes and whips?
This is not some fringe publication. This is the Washington Post celebrating gay fetish displays in front of children and encouraging it. Would you want your children to see this display? Do you want to support a publication that thinks this behavior should be encouraged for small children?
This is crazy. It’s inappropriate, and it’s really dumb. Don’t you think?