A drag queen issued a stern warning to parents to keep their children away from the drag culture. Kitty Demure (not pictured) created a video warning parents: the drag scene is not for kids.
Demure's warning comes as more libraries are hosting drag queen story hour for children in some communities.
Demure (pictured) describes himself as a "non-conformist gay who doesn't follow the leftist hive mind."
He said the sex-obsessed drag queen culture is no place for children.
"What in the h*ll has a drag queen ever done to make you have so much respect for them, and admire them so much, other than put on makeup and jump on the floor and writhe around and do sexual things on stage?" Demure said in the video.
— Kitty Demure (@demure_kitty) January 19, 2020
"I have absolutely no idea why you would want that to influence your child," he added. "Would you want a stripper or a porn star to influence your child? It makes no sense at all. A drag queen performs in a night club for adults. There is a lot of filth that goes on, a lot of sexual stuff that goes on, and backstage there's a lot of nudity, sex and drugs," he continued.
"So I don't think this is an avenue you would want your child to explore. They could explore dressing up at home, like we all did, like all gay boys did. We all dressed [in drag] at home and we had a great time."
Demure said exposing children to drag queens is "extremely, extremely irresponsible on your part." He added:
"You might want to look like you're with it, that you're cool, that you're woke, that you're not a nazi, you're not a homophobe... whatever it may be. But you can raise your child to be just a normal, regular, everyday child without including them in gay, sexual things."
Demure said exposing children to the drag community is actually hurting the community.
"We have already had a reputation of being pedophiles and being perverts and deviants. We don't need you to bring your children around."
Demure urged parents to keep their children home or entertain them with trips to Disneyland, Chuck E. Cheese, or the circus.
He suggested taking teenagers to the gay clubs when they turn 18 - because that's an adult thing.