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Senator Scott Wiener Suggests Drag Queen 101 Could Become Part of K-12 Curriculum

by ECT
Senator Scott Wiener

On Monday, Senator Scott Wiener issued a tweet suggesting that Drag Queen 101 could become part of K-12 curriculum in the state of California.

The tweet was in response to Texas House of Representative Bryan Slaton in which Wiener replied:

 

This guy just gave me a bill idea: Offering Drag Queen 101 as part of the K-12 curriculum. Attending Drag Queen Story Time will satisfy the requirement.

 

 

 

Here is the press release out of Texas:

Rep. Slaton Says He Will File a Bill to Ban Drag Shows in the Prescence of Minors in Texas

Grenville, Texas – Following several news stories and videos over the weekend in which underage Texas children were subjected to inappropriate sexual content by adults, State Representative Bryan Slaton announced he plans to file legislation protecting kids from drag shows and other inappropriate displays as soon as the next legislative session begins.

Representative Slaton issued the following statement:

“The events of this past weekend were horrifying and show a disturbing trend in which perverted adults re obsessed with sexualizing young children. As a father of two young children, I would never take my children to a drag show and I know Speaker Dan Phelan and the rest of my Republican colleagues wouldn’t either. Protecting our own children isn’t enough, and our responsibility as lawmakers extends to the sexualization that is happening across Texas.”

Representative Slaton has already announced he will continue to fight to make sex change therapies on minors “child abuse”. Similar legislation was killed by Republicans in the Texas House in 2021.

Representative Slaton further added:

“I promised my voters that I would stand up for their values to fight to protect Texas kids. I was re-elected on that promise and I intend to keep it by authoring legislation to defend kids from being subjected to drag shows and other inappropriate events. I look forward to working with my colleagues to pass this important legislation.”

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6 comments

Oookkkaaayyy Jun 7, 2022 - 4:15 pm

What a sick, dumbass

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Troy McClure Jun 7, 2022 - 5:33 pm

Are allowed to make comments anymore? I disagree with this.

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Jack Toffmore Jun 7, 2022 - 8:02 pm

This dude is a serious pervert. He is always pushing for extreme sexualization. Hes the dude who pushed to decriminalize knowingly transmitting HIV through unprotected sex. What a piece of garbage!

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Jaimoe Jun 8, 2022 - 7:57 am

This shouldn’t increase the need for armed security at schools. No , not this. This won’t put teacher’s lives at risk…..( rather the opposite)
Gimme a break.

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Robert C. Jun 8, 2022 - 9:10 am

Too bad we don’t have state legislators who can act like adults instead of engaging in infantile Twitter wars.

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MEV Jun 10, 2022 - 5:11 pm

Unbelievable. Kids in elementary school are too young for this and school isn’t the place where this type of info should be conveyed to young kids taught by a teacher. Family matter; butt out. Kids have enough to learn already without confusing the F out of them.

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