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Why is this national news??? -Boy, 16, ‘lives his best life’ by wearing tuxedo and ballgown skirt to prom (www.msn.com)

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Iliketrees
Iliketrees
1 month ago

That smug, arrogant look that all of these deviants have is always sickening to me. This is child abuse and neglect, inverted into stellar parenting.

Michele
Michele
1 month ago

In the day of the internet, it is actually global news and not just national. As if I don’t have enough going on where I live, I’m now supposed to care about something that happens thousands of miles away. This is all part of globalism since the media wants us to sacrifice nationalism and become global citizens of the communist one world government.

Last edited 1 month ago by cameos
WillieJonesJr
WillieJonesJr
1 month ago

Its not.

Its a distraction.

littlewing
littlewing
1 month ago

All of this is part of the ‘destablization’ of the country.
Go read Yuri.
I read all of him 25 yrs ago.
Tried to turn people onto him but nobody read him.
And all of what is happening now he told you in 1984.

Lee
Lee
1 month ago
Reply to  littlewing

Who is Yuri?

lauren
lauren
1 month ago
Reply to  Lee

I think they’re referring to Yuri Bezmenhov
https://youtu.be/yErKTVdETpw

Hope
Hope
1 month ago

That looks really dumb, clownlike. Sorry little boy but you’ve gotten indoctrinated. :-/

Last edited 1 month ago by hope
Casinogirl
Casinogirl
1 month ago

Sence the woke culture ended circus..we still have to see the sideshow

confederacy_of_dunces
confederacy_of_dunces
1 month ago

This makes my soul sad…..

Johnotan
Johnotan
1 month ago

What a c**t

Love
Love
1 month ago

It’s not hurting anyone, some people (gays) can be wholesome with values, at least he’s not on a leash or talking about lube, just calm down.

Last edited 1 month ago by Love
Vievie
Vievie
1 month ago
Reply to  Love

It’s not a question of “does the boy have a right to wear a skirt and tiara to the prom” ~ it’s a question of “why is this important national news?” The constant shoving down our throats, incredibly disproportionately, of this cultural trend is irksome and exhausting and unnecessary. At best.

lauren
lauren
1 month ago
Reply to  Love

Frankly, I agree with you. This kid had their cake and is eating it, too. It’s just another piece of content for people to gobble up and forget with the rest of their online feed. At least there weren’t any giant dildos à la Christina Aguilera’s pride showing.

Now, the overreaction of others here regarding a bit of entertainment fluff from a mainstream rag bothers me. “Child abuse”? Really?? Let him without sin cast the first stone!

Aletheuo
Aletheuo
1 month ago
Reply to  lauren

Casting the first stone isn’t just a metaphor, it refers to a death sentence. One of the reasons the Jewish people cast stones 2,000 years ago, was to kill someone who had been caught in the act of adultery. Jesus stopped the men who were about to kill an adulterous woman by saying, “He who is without sin, cast the first stone.” They all left because they were convicted of their own sins. However, while Christians aren’t called to stone someone to death, we are called to expose evil.

Ephesians 5:11
“Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them.”

Jesus, whom Christian’s are to follow, regularly exposed evil and rebuked those doing it, in public. Anyone encouraging or allowing a child to live in a delusional state, where they question whether or not they are male or female, where they want to mutilate themselves by cutting off perfectly healthy genitalia, and where they want to pump them full of hormones, or the same medications that are used to sterilize sex offenders, is an abuser and is evil.
Every one of these “fluff” pieces that is released to the public, is released on purpose, to normalize this mass delusion, to confuse and influence more children to take part in it, and to demonize those who know it is wrong and who stand against it. These “fluff” pieces are anything but harmless. They are a slow and steady way to change culture. We have only to look back at the last 50 years, to see how this type of propaganda has changed our nation for the worse, and caused us to sink deeper into depravity. Evil should always be called out.

lauren
lauren
1 month ago
Reply to  Aletheuo

How about this:
I think it’s Evil to oppress gay people.

Also, I LOVE Jesus. It’s too bad more people aren’t like the depictions we get of him in the probably redacted and mistranslated stories about him. You know, “love thy neighbor,” and all that?

nathaniel
nathaniel
27 days ago
Reply to  lauren

heres a thought gay or straight we are taught to control our sexual impulses period

Paul
Paul
1 month ago
Reply to  lauren

Well, convincing children that they aren’t the gender they were born as and thus catapulting them into the demographic of the population with the highest suicide rate would seem to be within the realm of “child abuse.”

lauren
lauren
1 month ago
Reply to  Paul

If the kid is gay and chooses to dress flamboyantly… Hmmm…

I suppose we should have laws about how people are to dress based on their genitalia…