A TikTok video, which has since been removed, shows a Canadian drag queen, dressed in cut-off shorts that expose his buttocks, dancing for a young girl as other adults look on smiling. The footage has generated disgust online, with many stating that such performances are inappropriate for children.
The :28 second video shows Canadian drag performer Sheldon McIntosh, who goes by the stage name Tynomi Banks, crawling on the floor toward the girl, dressed in high heels and short jeans that expose his buttocks.
A caption for the post states that the girl “asked her mother to get a better view.” It is not clear whether the woman standing off to the side smiling and dancing is the girl’s mother. Read the story here.
Drag Queens have become a central core of the LGBTQ especially in the indoctrination of children to the gay agenda. It typically involves a gay adult dressed up as a queen, sometimes men dress up too, and read gay and lesbian themed stories to children.
Without choice, children are made to be a part of this lifestyle that will only work more to influence their choices in future.