Education, Media Criticism, Political Commentary, Popular Culture, Social Commentary Drag October 31, 2019 Rand Simberg 9 Comments Why is it acceptable, when black face is not? Most of all, why is it acceptable to show to middle schoolers?
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Especially when so-called “drag queens” are little more than cartoon characters of what real women look like and how they behave, worse than any “blackface” stereotype.
And at what point does the Gay-Industrial Complex realize that “pride events” do little more than reinforce all the negative stereotypes of homosexual behavior being little more than being irresponsibly juvenile, demanding inordinate response, while treating each others as sex objects to be exploited?
Regarding cartoon characters, yeah.
And Drag Queen Story Hour at the public library. Seriously, is using anti-perspirant somehow wrongful appropriation of some kind? Wonder what that “parent” in the lower left corner is planning to do with that pic he just took.
Because trannies are useful for undermining conventional sexual roles, and therefore, the nuclear family. Undermine the nuclear family, and society will tend towards a bigger (leftist) welfare state in a vain attempt to replace it. Blackface isn’t useful in that way.
I’m sure the kids laughed at the name “Vivica C. Coxx”. Mission accomplished.
IMHO, drag is very acceptable, especially during atmospheric entry at interplanetary velocity – you either accept drag, or you’re doing to need one heck of a lot of propulsive delta-v.
You’re on fire with these comments.
If you allow ablative strip drag via you can avoid the problematical fact of sum like it hot.
I lived in Durham, NC for 25 years. I predict the school board will eventually mandate that boys adopt the sitzpinkler pose when using the unisex bathroom, and to accommodate this, will further mandate boys be required to where dresses to school. Before that, I lived in Chapel Hill. My prediction is, Chapel Hill High School will soon mandate gender-reassignment surgery for all male students.
As a Cubs fan, I am continually reminded of blackface by eye black, the grease paint players put under their eyes to reduce glare (though there’s no evidence it does). So when I see, for example, Anthony Rizzo (white) with eye black, it makes me think how funny it would be if Jason Heyward (black) should put white pancake makeup all over his face except for the two strips under his eyes.
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