LGBT Activists Exploit Individuals With Special Needs During “Drag Queen” Show

LGBT activists hit a new low when they decided to publicly recruit individuals with special needs to perform during an upcoming “drag queen/king” show.

Determined to push the envelope even further, you won’t believe the name of the new “drag group” these activists created.

Even worse, if this show actually moves forward, it will open up the floodgates for individuals with special needs to be targeted all over the country.

In September, Michigan is set to hold a “drag queen” show – but what makes this event different is all of the individuals dressing up in “drag” have Down syndrome. 

LGBT activists are selling this event claiming to be “inclusive” and to give all people a chance to “express themselves.”

But the truth is, while individuals with Down syndrome can go on to live full and vibrant lives, there can be some difficulty in their mental capacity to understand the complex dynamics of the LGBT culture.

Many people with Down syndrome are naturally very sweet and trusting and they often believe the good in people.

While this a wonderful quality, it also means they don’t know they are being targeted or exploited. 

LGBT activists are known to prey on those who are vulnerable – so of course targeting individuals with special needs is seen as a victory for them.

The group called “Drag Syndrome” was created for individuals with Down syndrome to perform for an audience. 

LifeSite News reported:

“A drag group known as “Drag Syndrome” is comprised of performers with Down syndrome, and is an LGBT activist’s attempt to promote so-called “inclusion.”  Their performances feature song and dance by men wearing women’s dresses, garish makeup, wigs, and in some cases fake breasts. Women sport beards and men’s clothing.”

Using individuals with Down syndrome to “perform” for an audience is absolutely shameful. 

But sadly, this isn’t the first-time individuals with special needs have been exploited by the LGBT community.

One mom allowed her son, an 11-year old boy with autism, to dance in “drag” for dollar bills at a bar.

Not stopping there, she allowed him to be exploited on national TV and even opened up a website to profit from the fame.

And let’s not forget the vibrant attacks on our children by the LGBT community as they attempt to brainwash them to accept the LGBT agenda – or else.

It is disgraceful the LGBT community continues to target the most vulnerable members of society such as children and those with special needs.

Even worse, they claim it as a “badge of honor”, as if trying to convince the world that their “inclusive” mentality is sincere and safe.

But nothing could be further from the truth.

As Mommy Underground previously reported, multiple sexual predators were busted reading stories to children in the library, during “drag queen” story hour.  

LGBT activists need to leave children and those with disabilities alone – and it is up to the rest of Americans to speak up and defend those who are being exploited.

What are your thoughts on the LGBT community recruiting individuals with special needs to “perform” in a “drag show”?

Do you think Michigan should allow this show to take place?

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