Drag shows were once a very niche form of adult entertainment. The stigma around homosexuality prevented it from ever breaking into the mainstream, save for a few obscure references to gay culture in media that could easily be missed because you weren't allowed to show two men kissing on a screen unless it was a joke.
Then the gay rights movement happened. What was once meant to be kept private can now be flaunted in public. Slippery slope.
Are there statistics for this? I know there was a timeline of instances a show had a LGBTQ+ character, and they found that there was dozens of them throughout the mid to late 2010s, but in the 2000s there was only one or two canonically gay character(s).
I can't wrap my head around why these things are so popular. At least with anime figurines I can admire the craftsmanship and understand why someone would find them appealing, these just use the same base model and lifeless expression.
Yet lefties act like comedians are constantly joking about "the woke mob" and "getting cancelled". Case in point: https://mobile.twitter.com/MrLovenstein/status/1633480039105716225
It's possible for both things to be bad, and one thing be worse than the other. The top image is trashy and in bad taste, sure, but there is a good chance that none of the women in the image hurt the little girl. It would be a better comparison if she was posing seductively with male customers, or if Hooters was actively hiring girls aged 11 - 15 to work at the restaurant. If they were, we would have heard about it in the news by now, there would be moral outrage from both sides, people would be demanding Hooters be shut down, etc.
With drag queen storytime, it isn't just "men in dresses reading books". It's not just in libraries anymore. These "parents" are sending their children to gay strip clubs to expose them to sexual degeneracy. They will deliberately ruin their child's innocence for likes and attention on social media.
I will say this, parents should recieve more scrutiny. You can shame the drag queen all you want but the reality is they don't care. As long as people continue taking their kids to these, this shit won't stop. Bring shame back.
Here's the OP: https://mobile.twitter.com/yandhiisntreal/status/1632401720453087233
Didn't even take a minute for me to find that OP is still retweeting tweets about Hogwarts Legacy, such as this one. They claim they don't care, they're lying. Leftists love to talk about how "not obsessed" they are while also continuing to engage in the subject they supposedly don't care about. https://mobile.twitter.com/levinciacitygym/status/1632893997071966211
As much as I liked Puss In Boots, the low FPS action segments makes me wish traditional, hand-drawn animation in movies would make a comeback. It worked for Into the Spider-Verse because the entire movie was animated in that style, not so much for this one where every other scene uses smooth animation.
I won't completely knock their efforts, at least I can tell for certain that they put a good amount of effort into making the animation look good. Unlike Pixar which is basically CGI beanmouth.
I'm convinced this is a troll.
He also made this video 3 days ago, in the middle of all the drama. Here he says he will donate to a charity called "Gendered Intelligence". https://youtu.be/khqoG6qmdI4 Here's what they say about their youth group programs.
Gendered Intelligence runs trans youth groups in London and Leeds for a range of ages from 7 to 30. We also run a peer-led support group in London for those aged 18-30.
Since 2010, we've taken young trans people on a weekend camping trip: an annual opportunity to take part in lots of fun activities and spend time with other young trans people. This is open to young trans people from the age of 11 – 25 years.
Notice how they're lumping 7 - 11 year olds in with 25 - 30 year olds into these "social activities" for "young trans people".
This does not inspire confidence.